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THURSDAY, MARCH 10, 2005 SERVING PLANT CITY, FLORIDA


in the
NEWS


STRAWBERRY SPOTLIGHT




Festival Takes Off


Check out the sights
of the 2005 Florida
Strawberry Festival
in a two-page photo
package.
PAGE R-B


POST-FIRE


Developer David
Hawthorne helped
save a historic mural
from destruction.
Now he must decide
what to do with
property he hadn't
intended to buy.
PAGE 3


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Get the story behind
a piece of Plant City
history.
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INDEX


The weather holds for the first
half of the Florida Strawberry
Festival, which features several
new additions this year.

By TONY MARRERO
tmarrero@mediageneral.com
Dipping that first strawberry into her flowing
chocolate fountain at the 2005 Florida Straw-
berry Festival represents a dream realized for
Cindy Griffin.
Griffin, of Plant City, owns Maverick's Choco-
late Barn, which offers a host of sweet treats,
from marshmallows to waffles and, of course,
strawberries,
R r G dipped in the rich
liquid chocolate
brimming from the
3-foot fountain.
After seven years
on the festival's
waiting list, Griffin
finally landed a
vending spot at this
year's event.
"It was very
exciting, after all
that planning, to
serve that very first
TONY MARRERO/Staff photo customer," said
Robert Griffin of Griffin, who named
Maverick's Chocolate her business after
Barn dips the festival's her 7-year-old son.
namesake into a flowing Griffin was
chocolate fountain, among the hun-
dreds of vendors
who helped kick off the festival March 3. Though
the first day was soggy, the weekend stayed dry
and temperatures were moderate right through
Monday, when the festival parade made its way
through downtown Plant City.
"The last couple days have been really great,"
said festival general manager Patsy Brooks
See FESTIVAL, Page 17


CALENDAR
PAGE 3

CLASSIFIED
PAGE S5

CROSSWORD
PAGE 14

HONOR ROLL
PAGE 1

SPORTS
PAGE R



IN THETRIBUNE
Here's a preview of
What you'll find in
The Tampa Tribune's
Plant City section
Saturday:
J Strawberry
shortcakes don't just
happen. First, the
stems of the fruit
must be removed.
On Tuesday, the
best stemmers com-
peted to find out
who was the "berry
best" at the Florida
Strawberry FestivaL


DAVE BUYENS/photos
Bicycle stunt rider Rob Nolli takes flight under a brilliant blue sky Saturday during the
Giant Bicycles Bikes, Boards and Blades show. The weather was perfect for the festival's
first weekend. At left, Charlie Daniels performs in the festival stadium on March 4.


Coleman
Davis accepts
the 2005
Outstanding
Citizen of
the Year
award from
last year's
recipient,
Judy Barta.
"It's an honor
to have been
raised in this
community,"
Davis said.


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AWARD RECIPIENT


Davis Recognized As 'Community Man'


CHOSEN AS 2005 CITIZEN
OF THE YEAR
ByTONYMARRERO
tmarrero@mediageneral.com
Coleman Davis remembers his visit
to the Hotel Plant as if it were yester-
day.
Just a fourth-grader and Cub Scout at
the time, Davis visited the Plant City
landmark at the invitation of Nick Bella,
an accountant and Scout master, who
was invited to speak to city leaders


about Scouting.
It was a scary event for the young
boy, Davis recalls.
With its crisp white linen tablecloths
and napkins and ornate d6cor, the
Hotel Plant, which sat at Collins and
Reynolds streets, "was like the Taj
Mahal," Davis said. "It was someplace
you never go."
Though intimidating, it also gave him
first-hand encounter with some of the
city's most esteemed leaders and
what they did for their community.
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FRIDAY
Teen night
The Plant City Recrea-
tion and Parks Department
will host its monthly Teen
Night March 11 from 7 to
11 p.m. at the Planteen
Recreation Center, 301
Dort St. The event will
include music and danc-
ing. Free pizza and.soda is
offered while it lasts
Cost is $5 per student.
Information: Stephen
Rossiter, special events
coordinator, 757-9166; e-
mail, srossiter@plantcit-
ygov.com.

SATURDAY
Neighborhood conference
The 2005 Hillsborough
County Neighborhoods
Conference is scheduled
for March 12 from 8 a.m. to
2:30 p.m. at Hillsborough
Community College, Dale
Nabrv campus, 4001
Tampa Bay Blvd., Tampa.
The goal of the confer-
ence is to teach residents
how to build a sense of
community and make their
neighborhoods safe,
attractive. and friendly.
The conference will fea-
ture more than 30 work-
shops. The cost is $15 and
includes three workshops,
access to exhibit booths.
breakfast, awards cere-
mony and luncheon. Reg-
istration forms can be
obtained by calling Hills-
borough County Office of
Neighborhood Relations at
272-5860 or visiting www.
hillsboroughcounty.org/
onr.

Southern gospel program
The Wayne Lacey Family
will perform March 12 at 1
p.m. in the entertainment
tent at the Florida Straw-
berry Festival, Highway
574 in Plant City. Free with
festival admission.


See CALENDAR, Page 20


SEEKS FUNDS TO HELP

PRESERVE PAINTING
By TONY MARRERO
tmarrero@mediageneral.com
The most dramatic part of a
story that reads like a script
may have passed, but the tale
is far from over.
With a well-loved mural less
than an hour away from
destruction last Thursday,
entrepreneur David Haw-
thorne swallowed hard and
paid Dennie Spurlock a pretty
penny for the property on
which the mural was painted
by Plant City artist John Briggs
nearly 30 years ago.
The property was part of the
100 block of South Collins
Street that burned in the Feb.
21 fire. Plant City resident
Angelica Lockett is in Orient
Road Jail
Hawthorne did not want to
disclose how much he paid,
but said it was "significantly
more than market value"
would have been for the
10,000-square-foot parcel.
Property in the downtown
area can range from $7 to $12
per square foot.
City Commissioner John
Dicks helped mediate bet-
ween Hawthorne and Spur-
lock, who couldn't be reached
for comment. Plant City resi-
dent and developer Ed Verner,
who has invested much in the
historic downtown and
restored several buildings
there, agreed to help Haw-
thorne with the asking price,
though said he didn't want to
disclose the amount he plans
to pony up.
Now Hawthorne said the
next step is to decide what to
do with the extra property that
he didn't plan to buy until it
appeared the only way to save
the art.
"We were successful in
saving a significant piece of
art in Florida and something
that I think that will be more
significant over time, not
less," Hawthorne said this
week.
Hawthorne, who already
owns the property where the
burned and razed Olde Village


GEORGE H. NEWMAN/Staff photo
Property owner Dennie Spurlock, foreground, stands Thursday.on the property that he would
ultimately sell to developer David Hawthorne so that the mural in the background painted by
local artist John Briggs could be saved. The wall is all that is left after a fire sweptthrough five
businesses along Collins Street on the night of Feb. 21. Standing with Hawthorne is City Manager
David Sollenberger, Briggs' wife Betty, City Commissioner John Dicks and Mayor Mike Sparkman.


Shoppes once stood, said that
ultimately he would like the
city to take ownership of at
least some of the land sur-
rounding the mural and create
a park there.
City Manager David Sollen-
berger said the city can only
wait for Hawthorne to make
an offer before considering it.
"It's up to him," Sollen-
berger said.
Hawthorne said he plans to
close on the property by the
end of the month. He said he
would seek grant money frorft
the city, the county and the
state to pay Briggs to restore
the mural.
Hawthorne already has
architect Stephanie Ferrell of
Tampa drawing up plans for
the building that will replace
the Olde Village Shoppes.:
Plans call for a three-story
building with retail on the first
floor and residential space on
the top two floors.


Hawthorne, who has made
his fortune in part by helping
to turn around troubled com-
panies, was frank Tuesday
when he discussed the possi-
bility of extending the project
south toward the mural: He
said he could swing the esti-
mated $2.5 million cost of his
original project, but if he
extended the project onto the
new property, the cost could
soar to. $10 million. That
would mean he would need
help in the form of loans and
partners. *- "
He said Plant City has
always been a haven for him
away from the.craziness of his
business life and is reluctant
to do something that might
interrupt the "tranquil
moments" that he enjoys
here.
"I'm doing some soul
searching on whether I want
to have partners and bankers
back in my life," Hawthorne


said, "There's more money
than God out there, it just all
comes with strings."
Another challenge of taking
on the bigger project could be
parking for the building. Haw-
thorne said he hopes the city
can work with him on that
issue.
Verner said that Dicks
should be commended for
helping facilitate a deal bet-
ween Hawthorne and Spur-
lock when they seemed to
reach an impasse Thursday.
So, too, should Hawthorne be
praised for helping save a
piece of Plant City history.
Verner said Spurlock went
past being a shrewd business-
man.
"I'm personally offended
that Mr. Spurlock was making
money on John Briggs' paint-
ing and holding us hostage
with the threat of demolition,"
Verner said.


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,4'r THE COURIER MARCH 10, 2005



Gangs Discussed At Durant Town Meeting


SHERIFF WANTS
COMMUNITY'S HELP
By LINDA CHION KENNEY
lchion@mediageneral.com
Law enforcement officials met with
parents at Durant High School last
week to discuss the growing threat of
gangs in eastern Hillsborough County.
"This is just the start for us, for rec-
ognizing this problem and talking to
the community," said Hillsborough
County Sheriff David Gee. "We need to
realize where this thing may go if we
don't get out in front of it very
quickly."
In what was the first of three town
meetings Gee plans to hold county-
wide, parents were given an overview
of graffiti, hand signs, tattoos, clothing,
colors, emblems, body language and
slang and terminology that is associ-
ated with the various organized gangs
known to exist in the county.
"Be nosey parents," Gee said. "Look
in their rooms. A lot of this starts under
our noses and we don't see it."
Gee stressed the problem is not a
troublesome one in Hillsborough
County yet but as the area contin-
ues to grow, big-city gang issues could
become a full-fledged problem here.
"Gangs in many cities are the strong
arm of organized crime," Gee said. "In


, -- "


Hillsborough County Sheriff's Detective Bill Stark, head of the gang suppression
unit, reviews gang information at a town meeting at Durant High School March
2. Three more meetings are planned for King, East Bay and Leto high schools.


other countries, they become the
strong arm of terrorism. We don't have
that problem in Hillsborough County
and we don't want it to start."
In attendance were school resource
officers, including Jose Morffi of
Durant High School and Robby Stew-
art of Mulrennan Middle School.


"We do have kids who dress in red
and blue (gang colors) and it is being
monitored," Morffi said. "You have the
east side wall and the west side wall
and on particular days you'll see the
kids wearing their colors. We're watch-
ing it, we're monitoring it, and if it gets
out of hand, we'll do what we have to


do."
The March 2 town meeting follows
an announced crackdown on gang
activity in Hillsborough County and
the formation of a multi-agency task
force to address the problem. Officials
have reported more than 40 arrests in
January on gang-related charges,
including attempted murder and
illegal drug sales.
Officials say there has been a grow-
ing recruitment of gang members by
the Latin Kings, Surl3, Norte 14 and
the Dover Locos. The Dover Locos
have had a presence in the Plant City
area for years.
"We are very aware of it and we have
zero tolerance," Morffi said. "If they
think they're going to do anything here
(at Durant), it will be dealt with by the
administration and with any necessary
arrests."
Stewart said he has not seen "anyth-
ing serious with gang issues" at Mul-
rennan Middle School.
"Once in a while you'll see someone
flicking a sign, but we have zero toler-
ance for any gang activity in the
school," he said. "So far it just looks
like a bunch of kids who are glamoriz-
ing the whole gang life. But I haven't
seen any gang signs or anything like
that. If kids start talking it up, start
showing any indication they might be
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COMMENTARY



Festival Fare Strawberry Style


By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@mediageneral.com
Going to the Florida Straw-
berry Festival is kind of
like going to Disney
World. No matter how many
times you go there is always
something different going on,
and there is always something
new you haven't seen before.
That premise is truer this
year than ever before. Like the
2005 theme says: "Seventy
Years of Fun and Still Jam-
min'." And that is just what
they are doing.
There is the midway, of
course, with all the games and
rides. But at my age I try to
avoid the spinning whirla-
ways and just go to see the
people, aka weaving my way
through the crowd, on my
way to the next food spot.
There are exhibits galore.


Plenty to see and to buy. Like
jewelry, leather goods,
fashion, arts, ceramics, wood
carving, accessories. You
name it. Out of the hundreds
of exhibitors displaying their
wares you.can certainly
expect to find what tempts
you to reach for your wallet.
And there are plenty of
strawberries. Strawberry
plants, strawberry jam,
strawberry artwork and
strawberry shortcakes almost
everywhere you look. There is
a strawberry queen and her
court, of course, and a new
facility nicknamed the
Strawberry Palace, which is
the new technology and
exposition hall. The palace is
where this year's media
dinner was held, which was
highlighted by good food,

See NEWMAN, Page 16


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Strawberry Festival Queen Ashley Watkins, left, First Maid Caycee Hampton, and court members
Brooke Ellis, Amy Stewart and Catie Walker take advantage of the dressing room facilities in the
newly constructed Expo Building, sometimes referred to as "Strawberry Palace."


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ANNIVERSARIES


Special to The Coi
History in the making: John Briggs works on the mural at Collins and Haines streets. Almost 30
years ago, he admitted to his wife before he started the mural he wasn't sure he could pull it of


On Reflection OfA Town


Lots of folks are asking for
our thoughts on the mural
downtown.
I remember when John, my
husband, came up with the
idea he wanted to bring art
to the community, not just
the schools.
"What do you think of a
mural?" he asked me. "I could
paint a landmark, say the
train station, and people who
were instrumental in bringing
art to town."
He was referring to the
Michigan Art Train, which
drew more than 6,000 visitors
in five days, and ultimately
led to an Artist-in-the-Schools
grant. Those art lovers (in the
mural's foreground) were: Jim
Redman, our state legislator;
Mac Hooper and Hillman
Bowden, of Hillsboro Bank;
ARTtrain committee mem-
bers Betty Jo Vernon and
Grace Harrell; Catherine Clark
and Roy Thacker; Roger
Johnson of GTE; Bud Nifong,
head of eastern HIillsborough
County schools; Billy Vernon,
one of the owners of the
building where the mural is;
and Gary Cameron, teacher at
Cork Elementary where John
was given a classroom as a
studio.


BETTY
BRIGGS
Columnist


Standing by the old steam
engine is deaf-mute, Albert
Keys, much-loved baggage
handler at the old depot. Old-
timers said you could not
think of the depot without
thinking of Albert. On the
right are students from Cork
Elementary.
Jack DeShong, principal at
Cork, should have been up
there on the wall. When Jim
Redman and Bud Nifong told
Jack he was going to get an
artist, I'm told Jack said,
"Don't I have enough to take
care of? Now you're sending
me a welfare artist!"
Jack, eyes twinkling, liked
to tell that story and would


pop in the studio at Cork,
which had an open-door
policy, and say, "John, if


you're not getting enough
time to paint, just chase their
little tails out!" He knew
artists could not live by grant
alone. He and John became
lifelong friends.

Gift to Plant City
People often ask what John
was paid to do the mural.
Nothing. As an artist in the
schools, he was paid $12,000 a
year. Fresh out of college with
two little kids and another on
the way, we were grateful and
honored to come here and
work.
It has always been John's
desire to give something back
for the privilege of working
and living here. I remember
before the first stroke of paint
was put on the wall, how he
worried and sweated. "What
was I thinking? How in the
world am I going to pull this
off?"
Wish I had said (to borrow
a line from a movie), "Paint
and they will come." Instead, I
said, "Honey, you can and will
do it," all the while thinking,

See BRIGGS, Page 9


CLUB NOTES


Woman's club to meet
The Plant City Woman's Club will meet
March 15 at its clubhouse, 1110 N. Wheeler St.
A social hour will be at 10:30 a.m. with the
meeting at 11.
Conservation chairwoman Mim Galloway
will present a program on birds and their
effects on the environment.
Call: Althea Oliseck, 752-7778.

Daughters of Confederacy
The Plant City Chapter 1931 United Daugh-
ters of the Confederacy will meet March 19 at
10 a.m. the 1914 Plant City High School Com-
munity Center, 605 N. Collins St.
The program will be "Building the Flag." A
group of Masonic men will present a 30 minute
program. The four men will be dressed in 1776
Continental uniforms and three women will be


dressed as camp followers.
Call: Carole, 759-0078.

Junior Art League
The Junior Art League of Plant City meets the
first Friday of every month from 7 to 8:45 p.m.
at Ms. Cherie's Art & Frame Shop, 119 W. Alex-
ander St.
The group was formed to help children
appreciate art and participate in hands-on acti-
vities.
Call: 719-6887.

PCHS Class of'85
The Plant City High School Class of 1985 is
planning its 20-year reunion.
The class reunion committee is looking for
graduates. Information: Michelle, 754-9203;
Internet, www.reunioncelebrations.com.


Stanphill 72nd anniversary
Charles and Freda Stanphill
of Dover will celebrate their
72nd wedding anniversary
Feb. 24.
Well known in Dover, Char-
lie is known for his cheerful
greeting, "Hey, Joe." He was
born in Plant City.
Freda Bertoldi was born in
Illinois. The couple met in
Plant City and farmed. Charles
also worked with in the main-
tenance department of the
Hillsborough County School
District.
Both 91, the couple still
reside in the family home in
Dover.
They have three daughters,
Mary Shaffer, Marie Mallard
and Martha Fisher, and their
Farkas 50th anniversary '
George and Esther Farkas of
Turkey Creek celebrated their
60th wedding anniversary
Feb. 24.
urier They were married Feb. 24,
1955, at the Polk County Court
ff. House in Bartow and are life-
long residents of Turkey
9 Creek.
They are both graduates of
Turkey Creek High School and
have operated ,the Farkas
Citrus Nursery and Groves
since their marriage.
They have two children, a


Charles and Freda Stanphill
late daughter is Margaret
Bishop; seven grandchildren;
10 great-grandchildren; and
one great-great-grandchild.


Esther George
daughter, Christine Stidd and
her husband, Wilbur; and a
son, George Jr. and his wife,
Lisa. They have six grandchil-
dren.


ENGAGEMENTS


Johnson-Couch
Mr. and Mrs. Michael D.
Johnson of Peachtree City,
Ga., formerly of Plant City,
announce the engagement of
their daughter, Amanda
Michelle, to John Samuel
Couch of Cartersville, Ga.
Her grandparents were the
late Mr. and Mrs. William Dee
Chisolm and the late Mr. and
Mrs. Isaac D. Johnson of Fer-
nandina Beach.
The prospective groom is
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin
Couch of Roswell, Ga., and Jan
Couch of Cartersville, and the
grandson of Obeera Couch of
Anderson, S.C., and Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Allen of Cartersville.
The bride-elect is a 1999
graduate of McIntosh High
School in Peachtree City, and
graduated summa cum laude
from Georgia Southern Uni-
versity in 2003 with a degree in
business administration with
an emphasis in marketing.
She is a member of Alpha
Delta Pi Sorority.
She is employed as an inside
account manager for BlueLinx
Corp. and currently resides in
Vinings, Ga.
The prospective groom is a
Cali-Adkins
Larry and Debbie Cali of
Dover announce the engage-
ment of their daughter, Dan-
ielle Nicole, to Kevin Matthew
Adkins, the son of Chip and
Pam Adkins of Lakeland.
The bride-elect is a gradu-
ate of the University of South
Florida and is employed by
The Closing Advantage LLC.
The prospective groom also
is a graduate of USF and is.
employed by Mercedes
Homes.
A May 14 wedding is
planned at 5 p.m. at First
Baptist Church of Dover,


jonn Couch ana
Amanda Johnson
1999 graduate of Cartersville
High School and a 2003 gradu-
ate of Georgia Southern,
where he earned a bachelor's
degree in business adminis-
tration with an emphasis in
marketing.
He is employed as an out-
side account manager with
Southeastern Freight Lines
Inc. He lives in Marietta, Ga.
While at Georgia Southern,
both were members of the
American Marketing Associa-
tion.
A June wedding is planned
at the First Baptist Church of
Peachtree City. After a wed-
ding trip to Whitehouse,
Jamaica, the couple will reside
in Marietta.


Matthew Adkins
and Danielle Cali
where Danielle's parents and
grandparents were married.


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COMMUNITY ROUNDUP


Rainbow Ball
Plans are in the works for
the 18th annual Rainbow Ball,
and organizers are seeking
sponsors.
The event, a fundraiser for
the Child Abuse Council, is set
for April 9 at the Ramada Inn
Plantation House and the
search for sponsors is on, said
organizer Di Lott. Sponsors
can offer support as late as
March 31.
Sponsorships range from
$350 to $3,000. New this year
is a "presenting sponsor" at
the $10,000 level.
Potential sponsors or others
seeking information can call
Jennifer McGeorge at the
Child Abuse Council, 673-
4646, Ext. 225.



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PCE celebrates 25
Plant City Entertainment
Inc. will present "25 Years:
Putting It Together!" March
18-19 at 8 p.m. and March 20
at 2 p.m. in the auditorium of
the Plant City campus of Hills-
borough Community College,
1206 N. Park Road.
The production will feature
selected songs from all the
musicals presented by the
group during the past 25 years.
Where possible, the original
performers are returning to
entertain.
General admission is $15
per person and will include a
wine and cheese reception
prior to each performance.


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Special to The Courier
John Briggs paints a portrait of Cork Elementary custodian
Thurman Reed in this undated photo. Briggs served as an artist
in residence at the school.

BRIGGS
Continued From Page 8


oh no, you've bitten off more
than you can chew you'll
mess that wall up and get
driven out of town and
become a welfare artist for
sure.
Well they are still coming.
International artist Robert
Rauschenberg has photo-
graphed it, and the state of
Florida and Washington, D.C.,
use it as an example of one of
the best residency programs
in the country.
We are proud to know so
many care about the mural,
not just for art's sake, but
what it stands for small-
town America with a blessed
heritage.
In Plant City's early history,
the railroad tracks divided
town into three sections,
Allentown, Fort Bully and
Moodyville, each with an
honorary mayor.
Living here 30 years I've
come to appreciate the
oneness of our town and
unlike many larger cities, we
are united in the meaning of
one nation under God.

Paint and stories
I have three favorite stories
about John's murals.
Albert Keys, on the way to
the hospital a few days before
his death, asked to be driven
by the mural to see his
portrait.
Another time, someone
painted "KKK" across Albert's
portrait. Then City Manager
Nettie Mae Draughon called
John early that morning
asking if he would repair it,
which he did, but not before
Calvin Belcher of the Badcock
store across the street saw it
and said he intended to stay
up all night to catch the
cowardly person in case he
returned.
The last story is the time


the Presbyterian school
preschoolers came to see a
mural in progress. They didn't
know the afternoon before
John and David Green, who
was helping, had dropped a
bucketful of white enamel off
the scaffolding, which they
had covered up with sand,
hoping it would dry by
morning. Well, it didn't, and
John spent that next morning
cleaning paint off the pre-
schoolers' shoes.

Worthy subjects
Now, there are others who
deserve a place on the wall.
Among them: Vicki Haw-
thorne, who called building
owner Dennis Spurlock hours
before scheduled demolition
pleading to reconsider; David
Hawthorne and Ed Verner,
who formed a partnership to
buy the building, thus saving
the mural from sure destruc-
tion; Commissioner John
Dicks who helped negotiate
the sale; Mayor Mike Spark-
man; City Manager David
Sollenberger; and Lou
McGrath, who gave added
support; Kimball Wethering-
ton (who helped paint the
mural when he was a student
at HCC), his wrecking crew
and the policemen who were
all there to do their jobs
professionally despite
personal feelings on saving it;
and Historic Resources Board
chairman, Shelby Bender,
who has fought for as long as I
can remember for historic
preservation statewide.
This mural was a labor of
love for a town we love. John
and I thank you.
Send items to gabylee@ao-
l.com or mail or hand deliver
them to The Courier, c/o Betty
Briggs, 101 N. Wheeler St.,
Plant City, FL 33566.


Two amazing women...


one incredible story.
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To advertise your church in our Church Directory, please call Natasha Davis at 752-3113


ADVENT CHRISTIAN
Doter: .. Dowr Rd & Donwing St,
659-2600

AFRICAN METHODIST EPISCOPAL
.llen (hapel: 1109 E. laura St.
'52- '389
Mount Olite: 111 Ij M.Iladison 51
Mount Olive: Horton Rd.
-3-2628
APOSTOLIC
.tsamblea .4postolica:
1501 Colson Rd. '3'-3496
.Apostolk Crhurch
of Jesus Christ:
1212 IF. Reynolds. 4"'-5130
ASSEMBLY OF GOD
Abundant life: Pinecrest Rd.
lithia. 685-.10
Bethany: 9801 Harney Rd,
Thonolosassa. 986-5"'!
(atrar' Fellou ship:
I110 ,. Gordon St. '52-5005
Dover First: SR 5"4 & Petite Rd,
689-034
Faith Temple: 1-4 at Hillsborough-
Polk County line. "52-0532
faith lighthouse:
3409 SR 39 N. 752-1885
First Plant City:
Charlie Griffn Rd,.
W of SR 39 S, 752-3351
FortAlafla: Corner of South Hwy. 39
& SwilleyRd, 737-4656
Keysville: SR 640, 737-4803
Mount Zion:
1-4 at Thonotosassa Rd, 752-1614
Pleasant Grove:
Turkey Creek Rd, 737-3529
Victory Worship Center:
County Line Rd, 754-6089
Sydney: Sydney Rd, 1/10 mi. E
of Sydney-Dover Rd, 659-0532
Turkey Creek:
Turkey Creek Rd, 754-5372

BAPTIST *
Ahava: Turkey Creek Rd,
N. of SR 60, 737-3739
Alafla Baptist:
222 Alafia Church Rd, 634-8845
Antioch: Horton Rd, 737-3240
Berea: SR39 S, 737-1232,
Bethany: Cork Rd, 752-9209
Bethel: 804 W Renfro St,
754-2239
Beulah: Allen & County Line Rd,
Lithia, 737-1122
Bible: Charlie Griffin Rd,
752-2875
Burchwood Temple:
Euclid Dr & SR 574, 752-3782
Calvary Free Will:
3539 TrapnellRd E.
Cedar Grove: E. Keysville Rd,
737-1234
Central of Lithia:
Pinecrest & Keysville Rd
Church on the Rock:
301 E. Alsobrook, 752-3740
Community Christian:
1310 N. Shannon Ave, 754-5383
Crossroads: SR 39 S, Pinecrest,
737-1211
Dover Eastside: Countryside Baptist
Church, 2820 Gallagher, 571-8200
Dover First: N. Gallagher Rd,
659-0203
Eastside: 1318 E. Calhoun St,
754-2681
East Thonotosassa: McIntosh


& Knights-Griffin Rd, 986-4346
Faith Temple Primitive: .-
808 W Washington St. 754-6661
First Baptist Church of Midway:
Midway Rd, 752-7209
First Baptist Lithia:
Intersection of SR 39 &
Lithia-PinecrestRd, 737-1121
First Plant City:
503 N. Palmer, 752-4104
First Thonotosassa Missionary:
Mcintosh Rd, 986-4756
Harmony Baptist Church:
6008 W Knights Griffin Rd,
986-7165
Hopewell: SR 39S, 737-3053
Knights: Paul Buchman Hwy,
752-4972
Lebanon: Branch Forbes Rd,
752-2006
Lone Oak: Lone Oak Rd,
754-5278
Mount Moriab Freewill:
Warren Johnson St. 54-4397
Mount Moriabh Freeuill:
2042 Colson Rd, 737-1490
Mount Olive: 604 W Ball St,
'54-3831
New Hope Freewill
Baptist Church:
3101 Sydney Dover Rd., Dover
New Mt. Zion Freewill:
3041 Daniels Rd., 752-3985
Northside:
1700 N. Franklin St, 752-2779
Oakwood: Airport Rd, 752-5499
Plant City Primitive:
509 N. Evers St, 754-3261
Pleasant Grove First:
Turkey Creek Rd, 737-2556
Shiloh Baptist Church:
905W Terrace Dr., 754-7445
Springhead: S. Wiggins Road,
754-4879
St. Luke Missionary:
108 S. Warnell St, 754-4992
St. Mary's Freewill:
Hunter & Warren St, 754-6853
St. Mary Missionary:
1804 SJ.t 60E., 737-3668
St. Mary's Community Church:
907E. Laura St,
754-1616
Sydney: 1510 Cre Rd, 659-1502
Turkey Creek Community
Baptist Church:
5447 S. Turkey Creek Rd,
737-1224
Turkey Creek First:
Trapnell Rd, 752-7890
Victory Missionary: Maki Rd
Westside: 2503 W Granfleld Ave,
752-1450
Whitehurst Rd:
901 N. Whitehurst Rd, 754-5405
CATHOLIC
St. Clement: 1104 N. Alexander St,
752-8251
CHURCH OF CHRIST
N. Wilder Rd: 938 N. Wilder Rd,
752-2771
Cork: Cork Road, 752-1521
Laura St: 1310 E. Laura St,
752-2858
Springhead: Wiggins Rd,
754-1485
CHRISTIAN
(Disciples of Christ)
First: 2108 Thonotosassa Rd,
752-5385


CHRISTIAN INDEPENDENT
Cornerstone Christian:
McIntoshRd, Nof SR 574

CHRISTIAN METHODIST
EPISCOPAL
New Grace: 1214 E. Laura St

CHURCH OF GOD
(Cleveland, Tenn.) .
Calvary Community:
5209 Smith-Ryals Rd
Dover: Downing St, 659-2900
Plant City: 2103 Mudlake Rd.
752-4591
Turkey Creek: Turkey Creek Rd
at SR 60, 737-1331
Thonotosassa:
1702 N. Taylor Rd, 986-1916

CHURCH OF GOD
(Anderson, Indiana)
Kingsway First: 2808 Kinsway N.,.
Seffher, 657-7500
Plant City: Grace Fellowship
713 Alsobrook St, 361-8190
First: N. Gordon and Baker St,
752-6438
Gospel Tabernacle:
Allen & Haines St
EPISCOPAL
St. Peter's: 301 N. Carey St,
752-5061
HOLINESS
Deliverance Tabernacle:
808 W. Grant St.
Refuge Church of Our Lornk
728 W Ball St.
INDEPENDENT
Full Gospel Tabernacle:
2311 Sammonds Rd, 754-3843
Restoration Assembly:
106 S. Evers St.
Evangelists for Jesus Tabernacle:
SR 574, E. of Dover, 659-0102
INTERDENOMINATIONAL
Christian Growth Center:
719-2909
Covenant Bible Church:
1408 E. Tomlin St, 754-1133
Deeper Life Fellowship:
Covilla Rd, W of SR 39 N.
Revival Outreach Center:
225 N. Dover Rd, 681-2250
JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES
Kingdom Hall:
3202 N. Maryland Ave, 752-3345
LATTER-DAY SAINTS
Church of esus Christ LDS:
1805 N. Park Rd, 752-6364

LUTHERAN
Hope LCMS: 2001 Park Blvd,
752-4622
Lord of Life ELCA:
2104 Mud Lake Rd, 752-6064
NAZARENE
Wagoner Memorial:
2402 Mud Lake Rd, 752-7863
NON-DENOMINATIONAL
Calvary Chapel of Plant City:
2102 N. Park Rd, 892-0510
Full Gospel Fellowship:
W McLin Ave.
Full Gospel Tabernacle:
2311 Sammonds Rd; 754-3843


Impact Family Worship Center:
Meets at Seffner Elementary School,
657-7914
Kainos International
Church of Florida:
902 E. Renjo rt. '6-1-0929
Greater Lote Christian (enter:
1109 N. Franklin St. '59-82-0
Tampa Bible fellowship:
10201 f. Hillsborough A.lre.
754-2674
Unity Christ Church:
1911 N. Gordon St, 659-2624
Youman's Praise and Worship
Center: U.S. 92 E

ORTHODOX
Holy Protection Ukrainian Orthodox
Church: 3820 Moores Lake Rd,
Dover, 659-0123
PENTECOSTAL
Christian Life Assembly:
3120 S. Miller Rd., 657-4802
Living Waters Foursquare
Church: 602S.-Evers St, 759-0528
New Hope Worship Center:
803 W Mahoney St, 757-6123
New Life Temple Pentecostal Church
of God:
3301 Clemons Rd, 754-7088

PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS
Dover: Moore's Lake & Holiness
Church Rd, 659-1301
Church of the Living God-
1102 Tyler St, 754-5840
PRESBYTERIAN
Evangelical Plant City:
1107 Charlie Griffin Rd, 759-9383.
First Presbyterian Plant City:
404 W. Reynolds St, 752-4211
PRIMATIVE BAPTIST
Salem Primitive:
14402 Salem Church Rd., Sydney
SANCTIFIED HOLINESS
Walk with God Ministry:
15140 SR574, Dover, 659-0930

SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST
Plant City: 2203 Strawberry Dr,
752-4694

SOUTHERN METHODIST
First: 103 W.Johnson Rd,
754-5968
UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST
St. Mark United Church:
2914 Lithia-Pinecrest Rd.,
Valrico, 685-0998

UNITED METHODIST
Cork: 4815 W. Sam Allen Rd,
754-3233
Dover First: Moore's Lake Rd at
Methodist Church Rd, 659-1415
First Plant City: 303 N. Evers St,
754-3519
Grace: 1801 E. Cherry St,
659-3718
Sunset Heights: Walter Dr,
754-2441
Springhead: 2305 Sparkman Rd,
752-5751
St. Luke: 809 E. Laura St, 757-6051
Thonotosassa: Fort King Hwy at
Mistletoe Dr, 986-7135
Trinity Plant City: 402 W.
English St, 752-9316


St. Clement
Catholic Church
Saturday Vigil Mass:
5pm English, 6:30pm Spanish
at
San Jose Mission
3224 San Jose Mission Dr.
(Off of 574 Dover)
Sunday Masses
7am,10:30am & 12:15pm English
8:30am & 7pm Spanish
1104 N. Alexander St.
Plant City, FL 33563 nF
(Off 1-4, Exit 21 South)
(813)752-8251
St. Clement Preschool
Accepting ages 3 to 5 years old
(813)754-1237 or (813)478-1185


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Sunday at 9:00 a.m.
Sunday Worship Services
10:15 a.m. and 6:00 p.m.
Wednesday Night Worship
6:15 p.m.
Activities for Children
& Students: 6:00 p.m.
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St. Clement
St. Clement Catholic
Church, 1104 N. Alexander St.,
plans the following Holy Week
.schedule:
March 19-20: Palm Sun-
day: Saturday, 5 p.m. vigil
English. Sunday: 7 a.m., 10:30
a.m., 12:30 p.m. English. 8:30
a.m. and 7 p.m. Spanish, San
Jose Mission, 3224 San Jose
Mission Drive in Dover.
March 22,8 p.m.: Commu-
nity chorale concert, "The
Seven Last Words of Christ."
March 23: Mass, English, 7
p.m.; 7:45 p.m. Tenebrae.
March 24 Holy Thursday: 6
p.m. English; 8 p.m. Spanish,
Mass of the Lord's Supper fol-
lowed by Adoration until mid-
night in the chapel.
n March 25 Good Friday: 3
p.m. Celebration of the Lord's
Passion and the Distribution
of Holy Communion, English;
5 p.m. Dramatic Stations of
the Cross and Procession; 7
p.m. Celebration of the Lord's
Passion and the Distribution
of Holy Communion, Spanish.
March 26 Holy Saturday:
11:30 a.m. Blessing of Easter
Food and Baskets; 7 p.m. Eas-
ter Vigil.
March 27 Easter Sunday
Masses: 6 a.m. Sunrise Mass,
English (bring a lawn chair);
10:30 a.m. and 12:15 p.m.
English; 8:30 a.m. and 7 p.m.,
Spanish; 10:30 a.m. Spanish,
San Jose Mission, 3224 San


Jose Mission Drive in Dover.
Information: Carol, 752-
8251.

Southern Christian
Leadership Conference
The Southern Christian
Leadership Conference will
meet March 15 at 7 p.m. at
Bethel Baptist Church, 804
Renfro St.

Bethany Baptist homecoming-
Bethany Baptist Church,
3409 Cork Road, will celebrate
its 115th homecoming service
March 20 at 10:45 a.m. Guest
speaker will be the Rev. Daniel
Mix. Covered dish supper to
follow service.
Call: 752-9209.

Easter drama
Eastside Baptist Church,
1318 E. Calhoun St., will pres-
ent "Bow the Knee," a dra-
matic musical for Easter,
March 25 at 7 p.m.; March 26
at 6 p.m.; and March 27 at 10:
45 a.m.

Shiloh Baptist Church
Shiloh Baptist Church, 1104
W. Cason St., offers Sunday
school for all ages on Sundays
at 9 a.m.; Sunday worship
services at 10:15 a.m. and 6
p.m.; and Wednesday Night
Worship at 6:15 p.m. Activities
for children and students start
at 6 p.m. Call: 752-8345.


Lord of Life events
Lord of Life Lutheran
Church, 2104 Mud Lake Road,
offers the following:
Lenten service, March 16
at 6:45 p.m.
Palm Sunday, March 20,
the Lord of Life choir will pres-
ent a special cantata titled,
"God So Loved the World."
Holy Week services There
will be special services in
observance of Maundy Thurs-
day on March 24 and Good
Friday on March 25. Both serv-
ices begin at 7 p.m. Easter
Sunday, March 27, services
will be at 8:30 a.m. for the con-
temporary service and 10:30
a.m. for the traditional service,
with the Christian education
hour at 9:30 a.m.
Call: 752-6064.

'Call to Prayer'
Call to Prayer 2005 will be
offered March 18 at the Cor-
nerstone Center, 315 N. Collins
St. The Rev. Bill Cotton of
Mount Zion Assembly of God
will be the featured pastor.
Call: the Rev. Norm Blan-
ton, director of Somebody
Cares, 752-4671.

Salem Primitive Baptist
Salem Primitive Baptist
Church, 14402 Salem Church
Road, meets every Sunday at
10:30 a.m. Elder John T. Lewis
leads the service.


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The mission team will also preach at the
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For more information call St. Clement Parish Office:
(813) 752-8251
445053


Candlish
John P. Candlish, 84,. of Plant City died Feb.
25.
He was born in Bloomberg, Texas, and came
here from St. Petersburg 10 years ago.
He was a truck driver and attended the
Church of Christ.
He is survived by three brothers, Dan of Cal-
ifornia, Morris of Tennessee and Earl of Arkan-
sas; and three sisters, Mary Hart of Plant City
and Helen Baldwin of Winter Haven.


Driscoll
Daniel F. Driscoll, 63, of Plant City died Feb.
25:
He was born in Peterson, N.J., 'and was a
photographer.
He is survived by his wife, Marilyn; two sons,
Shawn and Aaron, both of Plant City; two
daughters, Darlene Kledach of Albany, N.M.,
and Karyn of New York; a sister, Marie Valois of
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A Festival In Photos

PHOTOS BY DAVE BUYENS


The reigning Strawberry Queen, Ashley
Rae Watkins, introduces her court and
then the Oak Ridge Boys. The queen and
her court are seen at every show and at
most events during the festival. Below,
Kirsten Wyckoff exhibits her 291-pound
hog for judging. She is a member of the
Plant City Cloves 4-H Club.


Seven-year-old
Ashley Ber-
trand of
Davenport
enjoys the
topper berry
with whipped
cream from the
strawberry
shortcake
purchased at
St. Clement
Catholic
Church's
shortcake
booth. Below,
Lorrie Morgan,
filling the slot
Louise Man-
drell left when
she had to
cancel, per-
forms in the
stadium on
March 4.


Kayla Burlingame was one of three
finalists for best dairy showmanship,
winning in her class earlier. The cow's
name is Annabel.


J. T. Reale, 11, competes in the Dairy Costume contest with his entry titled
"Chef J.T. and his Cowfe." His cow's name is Honey Suckle Rose. At left,
March 3, opening day was cold and rainy, but that didn't stop Jackie Vogt,
left, and Sharon Hogan, both from LaBelle, Fla., from getting to the show
early to see the Oak Ridge Boys.





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Chris Lour of the
Eisenhower Middle
School Band plays
and marches along
A' during the Florida
4 Strawberry Festival
Youth Parade, held
14 March 5. At right,
the 2005 Florida
Strawberry Festival
Queen Ashley
Watkins, right, First
Maid Caycee
Hampton, left, and
court member Amy
Stewart wave to the
crowd during the
Grand Feature
Parade.




estival On Parade


TONY MARRERO/Staff photo
The AmSouth.Bank float, complete with Ferris wheel
and merry-go-round, rolls along Reynolds Street as
part of the Grand Feature Parade.


Junior Miss
Plant City 2005
Tyneisha
Mathews
waves during
the Grand
Feature Parade.
At left, Reecy
Daniels and
granddaughter
Angel, 2, wave
as the Grand
Parade makes
its way down
Reynolds
Street March 7.


Emily Goble, 10, rides with the
American flag in the Youth Parade
as part of the Technicolor Horse
Farms entry. At right, students -
from Cork Elementary School ride
along on the school's float in the
Youth Parade.


TONY MARRERO/Staff photo





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DEATHS
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Pennsylvania; and three grandchildren.
Wells Memorial Funeral Home.

Johnson
Barbara M. Johnson, 39, of Lithia died Feb.
24. She was a lifelong resident of Plant City.
She is survived by a son, Michael W. Jr. of
Wauchula; a daughter, Jessica N. of Wauchula;
her parents, Melvin J. and Nettie R. Pollock of
Lithia; two brothers, Melvin J. Pollock Jr. of
Plant City and Donald Pollock of Lithia; and
two sisters, Carolyn Caruthers of Riverview and
Patricia Powell of North Port.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Langston
Elvy Langston, 86, of Riverview died Feb. 23.
She was born in Live Oak and was a longtime
resident of Riverview. She was a homemaker.
She is survived by a son, Lonnie of Riverview;
three daughters, Doris Rayburn of Sydney and
Betty Koch and Eva, both of Plant City; a
brother, Arthur Driggers; six grandchildren;
and five great-grandchildren.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Mappin
Bernard Mappin, 93, of Plant City died Feb.
25. He was born in Miami and was a longtime
resident of Plant City.
He was an accountant.
He is survived by two sons, Steven of Plant
City and James of Newnan, Ga.; a daughter,
Barbara Buchanan of Waycross, Ga.; a brother,
Melbourne of Hialeah; three sisters, Evelyn
Jemerson of Hialeah, Marian Couch of Mel-
bourne and Doris Hannah of Bradenton; four
grandchildren; and many great-grandchildren.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Meador
Carol Lynn Meador, 56, of Valrico died Feb.
28. She was born in Miami and was a longtime


resident of Plant City. She was a credit manager
for M&M Plastics and was a volunteer fire- -
fighter in Ocala for five years.
She is survived by a son, William E. of Plant
City; her father, James T. Williams of Miami; a
daughter, Tambra L. Burney of Plant City; a
brother, Jim Williams of Mississippi; a sister,
Sharon Williams of Valrico; and a grandchild.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Sanchez
Ruth F. Sanchez, 88, of Plant City died Feb.
22.
She was born in Houston, Wis., and was a
teacher. She attended St. Clement Catholic
Church and St. Thomas Catholic Church in
Homosassa.
She is survived by her husband, Dr. Alex; five
sons, Alex of Mooresville, N.C., Robert of
Easton, Md., Eugene of Brandon, John of San
Mateo, Calif., and Paul of Davidson, N.C.; a
daughter, Mary Wilson of Easton, Md.; 13
grandchildren; and a great-grandchild.
Wells Memorial Funeral Home.

Soto
Evelyn I. Soto, 2, of Plant City died Feb. 28.
She was a lifelong resident of Plant City and
attended St. Clement Catholic Church.
She is survived by her parents, Efrain Soto Jr.
and Amelia Camargo.
Wells Memorial Funeral Home.

Thrasher
Willie H. Thrasher, 84, of Lake Wales died
Feb. 24. He was born in Plant City and was a
veteran of World War II.
He attended Mount Carmel Primitive Baptist
Church in Wauchula and was a member of
American Legion Post 272.
He is survived by his wife, Norma K.; two
sons, Neil of Clarksville and Bill of Phoenix;
three daughters, Sandra Parrish of Blounts-
town, Barbara Hill of Lake Wales and Linda
Dixon of Plant City; 11 grandchildren; and 20
great-grandchildren.
Wells Memorial Funeral Home.


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Continued From Page 9


Tickets are available at Hard-
ee's Fashions, 1501 N. Wheeler
St., and will also be sold at the
door.
For more ticket information,
call Frances Hardee at 754-
4929.

Auditions
Plant City Entertainment
will have auditions for its
upcoming show, "Lend Me a
Tenor," March 21-24 at 7:30
p.m. in the auditorium of the
Plant City campus of Hills-
borough Community College,
1206 N. Park Road.
"Lend Me a Tenor" per-
formances will run at HCC on
May 6-7 and May 13-14.

New YMCA offerings
The Plant City Family YMCA
and Youth Extension Site,
1507 YMCA Place, offers the
following activities:
Swim lessons through
March 26. Call for
information.
Men's four-on-four bas-
ketball. Cost is $35 for mem-
bers, $60 for program
members. Season runs March
14 through May 2. Cost for
team of five is $160.
Adult dodge ball: for ages
18 and older. Cost is $17 for
members, $34 for program
members. Season is March 15
through May 3.
Spring break sports camp,
March 21-23, for ages 5 to 13.
Registration deadline is


March 20.
Spring break full-day
camp, March 21-25, 502 E.
Young St. Participants may
sign up for the full week or
individual days.
Youth basketball: ages 5 to
7 and 8 to 12. Cost is $45 for
members, $65 for program
members. Season is March 26
to May 28.
Call: 757-6677.

Walk-a-Thon seeks sponsors
The annual Eagle Pride
Walk-a-Thon is set for March
18. The theme is "Celebrate
Learning." The money raised
will be used to staff the tech-
nology resource position at
Walden Lake Elementary
School and purchase
computer hardware. Sponsors
are still needed, call 757-9433.

County volunteers wanted
Hillsborough County Com-
missioners are seeking nomi-
nees for a variety of citizen
advisory boards and councils
that advise countygovernment
on a wide range of services
and programs.
Deadline for applications is
March 24.
Applications are available
in the Commissioner's recep-
tion area on the second floor
of County Center in down-
town Tampa, 601 E. Kennedy
Blvd., or by calling the boards
and councils coordinator at
272-5632.


rIv ~The 13th annual Apollo Beach
I Manatee Arts Festival At-A-Glance

..m The purpose of the festival is to pro-
I mote the awareness and preservation
S of the West Indian Manatee, as well as
the visual and performing arts.

SNamed by the Southeast Tourism
.Yon Society: Top 20 Events for
--"0 March 2002

Saturday, March 12 10 a.m.-5 p.m.
Sunday, March 13 10 a.m.-4 p.m.
Apollo Beach
(Take 1-75 to exit 246, go west (left) on Big Bend
Road to U.S. 41. Turn south (left). Festival site is
just south of the traffic light on U.S. 41.

po $5 adults; free to children under 12
Admission includes parking, entry in
to the festival, plus free shuttle to the
Manatee Viewing Center

13th Annual Festival

Approximately 100 juried artists and fine craftsmen from around the country
Patrons Program available for art enthusiasts including a preview party
Children's Creativity Center with hands-on arts and crafts
"Young at Art" Children's Art Show
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Beer garden
Wide variety of food and beverage vendors
Main exhibition tent with numerous organizations on hand to educate and demonstrate ways to
protect Tampa Bay waters, wildlife, boating and our environment

A portion of the proceeds will be donated to organizations and others working with this cause to further
ensure the preservation of the species through research and education. For more information about
discount room accommodations, call the Apollo Beach Chamber of Commerce at 813-645-1366.


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available at Bruton Memorial
Library, 302 McLendon -St.
Call: 757-9215.
Children's programs
Baby Time Thursdays
except March 31 at 10 a.m. for
babies birth to 14 months and
their caregivers. Share board
books, rhymes, songs, games
and quality time during the
20-minute session.
Toddler Time Tuesdays
except March 22 at 9:30 a.m.
for children 15 months to 2 1/
2 years and their caregivers.
Books, finger-plays, nursery
rhymes and songs make up
the 20-minute program.
Story Time Tuesdays
except March 22 at 10:30 a.m.
for children 2 1/2-5 years old
who can sit by themselves in a
group. Stories, music, games
and reading activities make up
the 30-minute program.
Adult programs
Computer programs are
held Wednesdays at 10 a.m.
The schedule includes:
Troubleshooting and Main-
taining Your Computer,
March 16; Hands-on Basic
Computer Skills, March 21 at
2 and 7:30 p.m.; Introduction
to Word, March 23; Hands-on
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2 and 7:30 p.m.; Introduction
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A Community Health Talk

If you think you might need, or are planning to
have, joint replacement surgery, this talk is for you.
Join orthopaedic surgeon Dr. John C. Carrozzella
for an informative discussion of the latest
developments in the technique and technology of
joint replacement surgery.

A Community Health Talk with Dr. John C. Carrozzella
joint Replacement Surgery
Thursday, March 10, 6:30pm
Community Conference Rooms A & B
Registration is preferred
(813) 754-4444


Spring Health Check
Spring into good health with these
free or low-cost health screenings at
the South Florida Baptist Hospital
Annual Spring Health Check. This is
your opportunity to discover disease
at its earliest stage, when you can
do something to reverse it, and
maybe even save your life.

Blood Profiles
March 17,18,19
9am-noon
Cost: $15 (Includes lipid panel, complete
metabolic profile, complete blood count.)
Osteoporosis
March 17, 9am-noon
Cost: Free
Skin Cancer Screening
March 18, 9am-noon
Cost: Free
Mammograms
March 19, 9am-noon
Cost: $45
Prostate/PSA Screens
March 19, 9am-noon
Cost: $15
CT Heart Score
March 19, 9am-noon
Cost: 100


Carotid Doppler Ultrasound
March 19, 9am-noon,
Cost: $20
Vascular Leg Screening
March 19, 9am-noon
Cost: $20
Appointments Required
Call (813) 754-4444.

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Support
for Health
Care
Providers


Registration and
pre-payment required.
April 2, 9am- 1pm (new certification only)
May 7, 9-11 am (recertification only)
Community Conference Room
Cost: $30 (includes book and card)

Choleteol Screenings
Total Cholesterol/HDL/Glucose
4th Tuesday of every month, 1-2pm
Hospital Main Lobby
No appointment necessary
Cost: $12 (no fasting required)

Free MBood Pressure Cheds
Tuesday, 1-2pm
Hospital Main Lobby
No appointment necessary
Cost: Free


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This two-day course helps seniors,
ages 55 and up, tune up their
driving skills. Participants may qualify
for an auto insurance discount.
Registration required.

March 9 & 10, 9am-lpm
April 20 & 21, 9am-lpm
Community Conference Room
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Sibling ... Preparing
for the New Baby
A class for children ages four and
older who would like to learn how
to help mom and dad with a new
brother or sister. Maximum 8
children. Arrangements can be
made for younger children.
Registration required.


March 10, 6-7pm
May 12, 6-7pm
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local celebrities and the
Diamonds, a '50s group that
could really bring it in a '50s
kind of way.
The palace, which replaces
a tent and some trailers from
last year's festival, is 200 feet
long, 116 feet wide, has a
ceiling 28 feet above the floor
and covers more than 23,000
square feet. The air condition-
ing system could easily cool
40 large Florida homes. And
in the heat of the day, even in
March, that is a welcomed
blessing for the throng.
At the south end of the
palace is the stadium ticket
office and the permanent
home of the Neighborhood
Village, displaying all types of
arts and crafts.
Inside you can get some
shortcake from the one of the
church groups. And there are
dozens of booths displaying
the latest in electronic home
technology.
On one side of the building
is where the queen's court has
a new dressing room facility,
replacing the trailer that once
stood near the stadium grand-
stands. Upstairs is the
director's lounge, comfortably
equipped with a spacious
seating area, dining tables
and a convenient kitchen. A
first-class festival deserves
first-class arrangements for
the staff. The palace gives
them just that. I say it is about
time.
The entertainers perform-


ing on the soundstage are
top-notch as always. This year
the headliners range from the
stylish sounds of Neil Sedaka
.(who performs two shows
today at 4 and 7:30 p.m.) and
Wayne "I Used To Own Las
Vegas" Newton, to the sweet
sounds of LeAnn Rimes and
Lorrie Morgan, to the foot
stompin' sounds of the
Charlie Daniels Band, the Oak
Ridge Boys, cowboys like Clint
Black, Neal McCoy and Vince
Gill. On Friday country music
fans will see John Michael
Montgomery, Saturday brings
Michael W. Smith to the
soundstage, and the festival
will close out with two shows
by Rimes.
I sat in the audience last
Friday night with my bride,
Karen, and watched Aaron
Tippin do his thing. I can't say
I know him very well as an
entertainer, but I recognized a
few of his songs. He's the guy
that sings "Big Boy Toys," and
"You've Got To Stand For
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lenged jealous of his skills. It
was all in fun, but more
importantly it was done with
a purpose.
Tippin called Joe Newsome,
a past president and member
of the festival board of
directors, to step on stage
oncethe'bike was put
together.
Joe is a retired Hillsborough
County school board member
and a past chairman of that
board. Joe is doing a coura-
geous job introducing the acts
at the festival soundstage,
replacing the radio DJs that
used to dominate that spot.
Tippin asked Joe to take the
bike as a gift for this year's
Toys For Tots Christmas
charity. The sentiment was
not lost on the crowd, and
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makes this same gesture at
every tour stop and perform-
ance you can easily be won
over by Tippin's man-sized
heart.
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and wholesome about the
Florida Strawberry Festival. It
is recognizable almost
everywhere you go. And it
seems to me that each year
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Tuesday morning. She
described Saturday and
Sunday as "phenomenal
days."
"We've been really
fortunate," she said.
Tuesday morning started
with rain but was expected to
clear in the afternoon. On
Tuesday, the National
Weather Service was calling
for a chance of rain Wednes-
day and Thursday but the
outlook for the weekend
looked good, with only a slight
chance of rain on Saturday
and moderate temperatures.
That's good news for fair
organizers and fans of John
Michael Montgomery,
Michael W. Smith and LeAnn
Rimes, who will close out the
last three days, respectively.
Brooks said ticket sales are
high for all three.
Brooks said her staff can't
control the weather but have
done what they could over the
last year to make the fair "the
best it can be."
"It takes everybody pulling
together and they do," she
said. "I'm really proud of
that."

A tour of what's new
Brooks said she has received
positive feedback on a number
of the new additions and
changes made for the festival's
70th anniversary.
The most obvious change is
the new Expo Building, which
crews finished just in time for
this year's fair.
Inside the $1.7 million,
23,000-square-foot building,


visitors browsed the Florida
Industrial & Technology Com-
petition, or FiTec, which has
students in grades six through
12 in Hillsborough, Polk and
Pasco counties displaying
their technological prowess
and competing for awards in
several categories.
Entries ranged from color-
ful logos to Web pages to
inventions, including a device
that notifies parents if their
child wanders too far from
their side.
"It just amazes me what
these kids can do," said Karen
Belongia, of Green Bay, Wis.,
as she looked at the brochure
entries.
Lila Stefanik of Ontario said
she was surprised by how
professional the Web pages
looked.
"Can you imagine what they
put into this?" Stefanik said.
Just across the Expo Build-
ing's main hall, crowds gath-
ered at the Interactive Game
Experience to try their hand at
one of 20 free game consoles.
John Taylor runs the game
center, which also is a new
addition to the festival this
year. He said crowds have
been good.
"On Saturday we had to
shut down the line, it was so
packed," Taylor said.
Game players of all ages
have taken a shot at games
from several different manu-
facturers, Taylor said. Players
stand over 19-inch television
screens. Play is free.
Taylor said a couple in their
60s tried a game at NASCAR
2005 and crashed hard.
"I told them to stick with the
RV," Taylor said.
Taylor said parents love IGX
for several reasons. It gives


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Andrew Long, 4, steers a race
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new Expo Building.

their children a chance to try
games out before asking their
parents to buy them, saving
them from wasting money on
a game that a child thinks he
might like but then never
plays, Taylor said.
Nine-year-old Matthew
Munday visited the game
center several times Monday
for a total of two hours.
"I like the shooting-the-
bad-guy games," he said. "I'm
a video game maniac."
His mother, Cheryl, and
stepfather, Ron Elpin, liked
the center for another reason.
One parent would stay with
Matthew while another visited
other parts of the festival.
"It gives us a chance to get
some of our own stuff done
that would bore him," Cheryl
said.
Samantha Long, a mother
of five, agreed.


"And the best part is, it's
free," she said.
Not far from the game
center, volunteers at the
Turkey Creek Assembly of
God were doling out straw-
berry shortcake and getting
used to their new space. The
church's shortcake booth had
been in the Strawberry Tent,
which was replaced by the
new building.
Business has been good,
but, "It's been hard for people
to find us," said Debbie Allen,
church secretary, who helps
run the booth. She added that
the church can only run two
lines instead of the four in the
tent, which helped serve
people faster.
There's something else
missing this year: the South-
ern Star Bluegrass Band,
which had played several
daily shows in the tent each
day.
"We miss the bluegrass
music," Allen said.

More room for rabbits
Over at the poultry and
rabbit tent, visitors walked
down rows and rows of cages
featuring such animals as
angora buck rabbits and Japa-
nese chickens.
Some changes to the layout
of the grounds allowed the
exhibitors to have their own
tent and display for the dura-
tion of the 11-day fair instead
of sharing a tent with other
livestock and taking down
their display on the sixth day.
Tom Salvato is a volunteer
for the exhibit who has had
grandchildren participate in
the show. He said the new tent
allows for more exhibitors and
a roomier display.


MARCH 10, 2005 THE COURIER 17

"It's amazing how many
people come in here and want
to see the rabbits and chick-
ens," Salvato said, adding that
the best part about the tent is
that the exhibitors feel as
though they have their own
space. "Now it's theirs. They
don't have to share with
anyone else. It sort of gives it a
boost up."
Just west of the poultry and
rabbit tent, on the southeast
side of the grounds, crowds
gathered for Giant Bicycles
"Bikes, Boards and Blades"
shows. A chorus of "ooohs"
and "ahhhs" rang out as stunt
riders flipped, jumped and
twirled on two huge ramps.
Robert Castillo is the team
manager and emcee's the
three daily shows.
"We've been packing them
in," Castillo said Monday eve-
ning before the 6:30 p.m.
show. "On the weekend, we
couldn't fit all (the spectators)
in."
Later, during the show, Cas-
tillo asked for an audience
volunteer. Trent Zotz, 16, of
Seffner, stood on one of the
ramps and one of the bicycle
stunt riders jumped over the
6-foot, 3-inch tall teen.
A moment later, Zotz said
he thought it was "cool" the
festival decided to add. the
show.
."I'm really into this kind of
stuff," Zotz said, adding that
he was pretty calm during the
jump. "But when that tire
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interested in gangs, I pull them aside and
start talking about it."
Robert "Chris" Carreya, the school
resource officer at Turkey Creek Middle
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there are groups of kids, but as far as a
gang problem, we don't have one, but
that's because from the principal on
down we stay on top of it."
He noted that in the area "a lot of
family and relatives are into gangs," per-
petuating a problem that requires school
administrators and resource officers to
be ever vigilant.
"It can change overnight," Carreya
said. "You have to stay on top of it. I clean
graffiti on a constant basis."
Hillsborough County Sheriffs Detec-
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hand if we don't do something," Stark
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involved as a partnership with law
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"Parents need to be accountable for
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"It's not," he added. "It's a law enforce-
ment problem when someone starts
breaking the laws, but before that, a lot of
this could be curtailed if people knew
what was going on."
Toward that end, Stark talked in his
presentation about the warning signs
parents should be aware of, including a
child who stops talking with family or
seems to withdraw; exhibits changes in
personality; has the unexplained and
sudden appearance of money, jewelry,


electronics, etc.; has friends who are trou-
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secretly attained a tattoo; has gang graffiti
on books, clothing or in his bedroom; has
anger problems and/or violent tenden-
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friends than family.
Stark said it is important to cover up
graffiti as soon as it is spotted or reported
so that the community does not become
complacent with what could be a gang
communication.
A pamphlet detailing gang issues,
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TUESDAY
Kindergarten roundup
Jackson Elementary School, 502 E. Gilchrist
St., plans a kindergarten roundup March 15
from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. Prospective kindergart-
ners and their parents may meet in the cafete-
ria at 6:30 p.m.
Call: 757-9341.

WEDNESDAY
Putnam's rep to meet constituents
A caseworker from the office of U.S. Rep.
Adam Putnam will be available to meet with
constituents of the 12th Congressional District
March 16 'from 9:30 to 10 a.m. at Bruton
Memorial Library, 302 McLendon St.
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with Social Security, Medicare, Veterans Affairs
or other federal agencies may meet with the
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Golf tourney set for March 18
The 8th annual Century 21 Shaw Realty
Charity Golf Tournament is set for March 18 at
noon at Walden Lake Golf & Country Club,
2001 Clubhouse Drive. Entry is $67 per player;
corporate hole sponsors are $150 (includes
advertising). All proceeds to benefit Easter
Seals and Tomlin Middle School.
Call: Jeff Dudley, 719-2727, by March 11.
Church supper
Trinity United Methodist Church, 402 W.
English St., will host a supper March 18 from 4:
30 to 7 p.m.
The menu will consist of baked chicken, rice,
green beans, sliced tomatoes, homemade des-
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Davis, center,
thanked his family
for being patient
with him when his
community service
required long hours L
and some traveling.
From left: son-in-law
Mike Storter,
daughter Laura
Storter, granddaugh-
ter Taryn Storter
and wife Sue.


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"That's when I caught the
spirit of service," Davis said.
"What makes Plant City differ-
ent than a lot of communities
is that spirit of giving and
helping our fellow citizens."
Last week, Davis was offi-
cially recognized as joining
the ranks of those he met so
long ago when he was named
Plant City's Outstanding Citi-
zen of the Year.
Davis, owner of several
Badcock Home Furnishing
Centers, including one in
Plant City, accepted the award
at a Feb. 23 ceremony at the
Ramada Inn Plantation
House. The Kiwanis Club of
Plant City hosts the ceremony
with support from the city's
other service clubs, including
Civitan, Woman's Club, Junior
Woman's Club, Daybreak
Rotary, Noonday Rotary,
Lions Club, Optimist Club and
Pilot Club. The Greater Plant
City Chamber of Commerce
also lends support.
Each organization selects a
nominee, then club presi-
dents vote from the list of
nominees. The winner is kept
a tight-lipped secret until the
name, is announced at the
banquet.
Davis' list of community
service is long and diverse,
from his time as president of
the PTA at Jackson Elemen-
tary in the 1980s to the Lions
International Presidents
Award for outstanding service
to that organization. He has
23 years of perfect attendance
with the Plant City Lions Club
and has received several other
of that club's awards.
He has served as coach for
youth basketball, soccer and
football and continues to
serve as a trustee for South
Florida Baptist Hospital. He is
an active member of First
Baptist Church of Plant City,
serving on several boards
including the board of dea-
cons and acting as chair of
both the executive committee
and design committee of the
church's Promised Land
Campaign.
Kiwanis Club president
Matt Buzza said Davis was
more than worthy of the
award, comparing Davis to
another recipient of the
award, former state legislator
Jim Redman.
"Coleman is kind of like
Jimmy in that he does a lot
things quietly and doesn't like
a lot of attention for it," Buzza
said. "He does a lot more than
people will ever know."
"He's a community man,"
said longtime friend and
former Outstanding Citizen
Betty Chambers.
Davis choked up a bit as he
took the podium to accept a
large, framed certificate from
the 2004 recipient, Judy Barta.
With his wife, Sue, and son
Jamie and daughter Laura
looking on, he urged those in


attendance to help preserve
what makes Plant City
special.
"The -spirit of oneness is a
treasure we need to cherish,"
Davis said. "It is an honor to
have been raised in this com-
munity."


Humble beginnings
Born in Plant City, Davis
grew up poor. But his family
worked hard and was rich in
values, Davis said.
"My mother always told me
it was OK to be poor but you
need ,to be proud and do your
part," Davis said. "She said
God put us all here for a
reason."
Davis said his mother often
talked about what she would
do if she had the means.
"She said, 'There would no
children in need,'" he said.
That helped him inspire him
to help once he did have the
means, he said.
Davis went to work for W.S.
Badcock, the same company
that employed his father as a
production manager. Davis
traveled for the company for
nearly a decade before return-
ing to Plant City to settle
down. He became managing
partner in the Badcock store
in 1971.
His wife, the former Marian
Sue Orme, worked as a school-
teacher.
Working in Plant City
enabled him to become active
in the community. He said
joined the Lions Club because
of its emphasis on helping
children, especially those with
vision disabilities. Of all his
service endeavors, Davis said
he was most proud of serving
as president for the Florida
Lions Camp for the Visually
Impaired in Lake Wales. The
facility offers a camping expe-
rience for those who might
not otherwise have one, often
assigning a counselor for one
camper.
Last year, more than 800
campers visited, Davis said.
The job required lots of travel
to- clubs and other organiza-
tions to help raise money for
the camp.
Davis credited his family for
being patient in that respect.
"That's something. I'm
really thankful for," he said.
Davis said he also is proud
of the time he's dedicated to
Plant City youth sports
leagues.
"It's rewarding to see those
kids mature and now many of
them are in leadership roles
now," Davis said.
"He's been a wonderful role
model to each of us in our
personal lives and in
business," said Jamie Davis,
who serves as current presi-
dent of the Lions Club.
Longtime friend Ron Baker
said Davis is inspiring not just
as a community role model
but as a family man, as well.
"I've never known anyone
more dedicated to his family,"
Baker said.


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By DAREK SHARP
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Just like its head coach,
much of the Durant baseball
team is just getting used to
competing in high school
games.
But new Cougars coach Ron
Fussell knows that until some
of the youngsters emerge, the
team is not exactly lost. Junior
pitcher Tony Garcia along
with seniors Casey Albanese
and William Woody have
been leading the way so far for
Durant, which suffered a pair
of losses last weekend after a
2-0 start.
"I knew coming in we had a
lot of inexperience. Outside of
some of the guys, most have-
n't played high school ball,"
said Fussell. "We have players
who have been on the team,
but they weren't starters."
Of particular importance
for Fussell and the Cougars
are to fill out a reasonably
reliable starting rotation after
Garcia, who tossed a three-
hitter in Durant's district win
against Bloomingdale.
"With Tony Garcia on the
mound, we can compete with
anyone in our district, though
Sarasota is tough," Fussell
said.


Fussell had Garcia throwing
Friday as the Cougars were
attempting to go 2-0 in the
district, but lost 9-2 to Sara-
sota. The game was within
reach at 3-1 when Garcia
came out, and the Sailors
belted a grand slam against
the Durant bullpen.
The way that game unrav-
eled was followed Sunday by
the Cougars getting blitzed by
Gaither, 14-2.
"With the youth, we've gone
from one extreme to the other,
no consistency," Fussell said.
"Against Bloomingdale, we
played extremely well. Satur-
day against Gaither, it went,
well, it went the other way."
One note from the win
against Bloomingdale: Jeffrey
Wright, not Cougar teammate
Junior Wright, homered
(Junior was credited with the
-home run in last week's Sharp
Cuts column).
Durant returned to action
Tuesday night in a makeup
game against Hillsborough,
then was set to face rival Plant
City Wednesday night. The
Raiders are off to a rocky start,
0-4 heading into the Cougars
game.
On Saturday, the Raiders
fell behind 8-0 through five
innings and nearly came back,
losing 8-6. Plant City fell to 0-2
in the district on Friday with
an 8-2 loss to Sarasota River-
view. Sarasota visits Plant City
Friday night.


PCRPD/Optimist League Crowns

Youth Basketball Champions


NUGGETS, WARRIORS,
HORNETS, COMETS WIN
Staff Report
The Plant City Recreation &
Parks Department/Optimist
Youth Basketball season con-
cluded last week with the War-
riors and Nuggets winning
championship games Tuesday
night at Marshall.
The Nuggets posted back-
to-back upsets in the semifi-
nals and finals to win the
Senior League (14- to 16-year-
olds), while the Warriors fin-
ished off a perfect 11-0 season
in the Junior League (11-13).
Already on Monday, the
Cadet League and Junior Girls
crowned their champions in
the Hornets and Comets,
respectively.
Chad Hansen scored 17
points and Johnvonte Bell had
16, with Jared Broward and
Alexander Semple adding
eight each as the Nuggets
edged the Cavs, 50-47, in the
senior final. Malik Charles
scored 19 and Zachary Wilson
had 17 for the Cavs, who


brought an 8-2 record into the
game.
The Cavs and Sonics went
through the regular season as
co-champs at 7-2, but the
Nuggets took out the Sonics,
54-44, in the semis. Bell scored
25 points and Jared Broward
had 12 in that game, while
Denzel Drone scored 24 and
Terry Thompson 12 for the
Sonics.
With three playoff wins, the
Nuggets finished with an 8-4
record. They had no problems
winning their opener, 44-27,
as Broward, Bell and Semple
all scored at least 10.
In a wild first-round game,
the Cavs beat the Braves, 70-
65, despite Devonte Howard
scoring 32 for the Braves.
Cody Fliehman averaged 16
points in three games, includ-
ing 23 in the championship,
helping lead the Warriors to
the senior crown.
The Warriors also got a
combined 20 from Duran and
Durrell Lowe Tuesday, top-
ping the Magic, 46-34, in the
finals. Richard Glorioso had
20 points for the Magic, which
finished 9-3.


Photo courtesy of Durant High School

Headed to Jacksonville
Standing with Durant High School senior Lauren Pulling, center, is Durant Athletic Director
Carl Green and softball coach Missy Hernandez. Pulling received a softball scholarship to
play for the University of North Florida in Jacksonville. At UNF, Pulling is expected to play
catcher and infield for the Ospreys. She began playing softball in the Plant City Little
League at age 8, and has played travel softball with the Tampa Mustangs for six years. This
year, Pulling hopes to lead the Cougars to a district title.



SHARP CUTS


Hoops, Berries Make Yummy Combo


How DO they do it? Every
year at the Strawberry
Festival, that last Sunday
always falls on the same day
as the NCAA basketball
tournament field is selected.
I mean, does it get any
better than that? I think
we're going on 15 years in a
row now where that last day,
which always seems to have
the best concert like LeAnn
Rimes this year, takes place
on Selection Sunday.
Strawberry shortcake and
hoops. Not quite apple pie
and baseball, but I'll take it.
But it does create a
dilemma for yours truly, an
admitted sick college basket-
ball junkie. I hate to admit,
but yes, I have missed one
for the other and it's
usually the brackets that
take the backseat.
But if you happen to see
someone tooling around on
a cell phone with a scrap of
paper in his hand Sunday
afternoon at the LeAnn
concert, don't worry. It's just
me.
And I won't be taking last-
minute orders for kettle
corn, grits with red gravy
and chicken on a stick
either.
Monday all of our local
sports teams wpre off, but
they got back on schedule
Tuesday. That's when
Durant and Plant City were
scheduled to meet up in
track, the last of the spring
sports to begin.
Both schools will be
joined by Brandon, Arm-
wood, Riverview and host
East Bay at the Jack Rice
Invitational in Gibsonton on
Friday night.

In the circle
Durant's softball team is
looking for a little bit more
offense because the pitching


DAREK
SHARP


was as good as it gets last
weekend.
The Cougars split a pair of
1-0 games, first losing to Sar-
asota then getting a big win
at Gaither on Saturday.
Sarah Demuth, only a
freshman, got the win while
Krysta Harris was the tough-
luck loser Friday against
Sarasota, who had talented
twin sisters Kristie and Kelly
Sirus as their battery Friday.
Plant City lost a rough one
Friday, first coming back
from down three runs to
lead Sarasota Riverview 4-3,
only to watch the Rams tie it
then score two runs in the
top of the seventh to win 6-
4.
The Raiders bounced back
big time by clobbering
Jefferson Saturday, 13-1.
Plant City was 4-2 coming
into the week, but unfortu-
nately both losses were in
district games.
It looks like the Sarasota
teams will be right up at the
top of the district, just like in
basketball.
If you stopped following
how those teams did once
Plant City and Durant were
eliminated, Sarasota River-
view's girls made it all the
way to the state semis, losing
to Deerfield Beach, which
lost in three overtimes (!) in
the Class 6A final.


Both the Sarasota and
Sarasota Riverview boys met:
their ends in the region
semifinals, with Sarasota
suffering a wacky defeat at
Lantana Santaluces. The
Sailors led 24-14 at halftime,
paced by their usual strong
defense, then scored four
quick points to start the
second half and lead 28-14.
Then they made ONE field
goal the rest of the game,
including overtime, and lost
44-38. Sarasota missed 18 of
its last 19 shots.
Did I mention the fair
food? Here's my public
service for the week: French
turkey. That's really all that
needs to be said, but if you
haven't had one of these
sandwiches, it's not too late.
They are just to the
southwest of the stadium,
hidden at the bottom of a
menu that includes other
"European delicacies" such
as fat balls.
Did I forget the new-
fangled fried (insert already
calorically-enhanced candy
bar here) on a stick? I've
heard those are good. Or
those cinnamon rolls. You
know the ones.
On that note, I do want to
thank the handful of people
Monday who consoled me
for Kentucky losing to
Florida.
For the uninformed, my
parents went to UK so I am a
Wildcats fan.
I mean, when Spamu the
racin' pig tried to jump the
fence to offer a kind oink my
way, it got out of hand. But
don't worry, I don't get
upset when Kentucky loses.
Really.
Until the last loss each
season anyway, then you
can console me.
Just wait for the two-day
grieving period to pass first.


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By ROBERT CONE
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When a former college and
professional football player refers to
an award as his personal Heisman
Trophy, the award given annually to
college football's best player, you
know it means a lot to him.
The Martin Luther King Jr. Leader-
ship Award means that much to Gerald
Dickens.
Born and raised in Plant City, Dick-
ens, 40, is the president of the Plant
City Colts football organization, which
is now affiliated with the Boys & Girls
Club. He received the leadership
award from the Improvement League
of Plant City on Jan. 16 for his work
with youth over the years.
"All the hard work has paid off. It's a
significant award for me to be recog-
nized by my community as a leader. I
can't tell you how much it means to
me. It's like my Heisman Trophy," said
Dickens, a standout linebacker with
for the University of Florida Gators in
the mid-1980s who played for the New
England Patriots for two years before
injuries cut short his career. "You hear
about lots of athletes making millions
of dollars and never giving back to
their community, so to be recognized
for my efforts is a great honor. All the
money in the world can't replace the
significance of this award."
After coming back home to Plant
City, Dickens, who played for the Plant
City Colts in his boyhood days, decided
to become involved in the football


organization, eventually assuming the
role of league president.
"We've made a lot of improvements
over the last nine years. We started the
Colts Hall of Fame, partnered with the
city for a new and improved practice
facility, fenced practice areas and
goalposts," said Dickens. "I think we
brought the pride back to the Colts
football organization. You can't
replace all of the magic, but you can
get back some. That's what we wanted
to do and I think we accomplished
that. For example, our varsity team
won the Super Bowl recently, and they
hadn't done that in 15 years or so."
A passionate advocate of hard work,
Dickens made sure that all the Colts'
youth football coaches were trained
properly by making attendance at col-
lege coaching clinics mandatory. Colts
coaches have attended such clinics at
the University of Florida, Florida State
University, University of Miami and
the University of South Florida.
"We had a hard time getting kids on
the varsity, but we've built things up
through the bantam, pee-wee and JV
divisions and emphasized the
tradition, trying to keep the kids who
are here motivated in the program,"
Dickens said.
Some of the key figures that have
helped Dickens rebuild the Colts have
been Tony Moore, Rodney Ward, Law-
rence Keys Jr., Boys & Girls Club direc-
tors John Griffin and Lillie
Williams-Brown, Capathea Miller and
Andrea Green.
"We look constantly in the commu-
nity to see who is doing what and, over
the years, he (Dickens) has faithfully
been involved with kids and sports,


ROBERT CONE/Staff photo
Gerald Dickens, president of the Plant City Colts youth football league, shows off
his best Heisman Trophy pose with his Martin Luther King Jr. Leadership Award
from the Improvement League of Plant City. Dickens received the award based on
his contributions to youth throughout the years.


and the leadership he provides to the
kids," said Henry Johnsoh, current
president of the Improvement League.
"It's really for a culmination of all his
volunteer efforts, whether it's the vari-
ous sporting events he does or men-
toring children."
The leadership award honors Plant
City residents who demonstrate a
commitment to improving the lives of
others through volunteering, commu-
nity activism or charity work. Past win-
ners include residents like Barbara
Franques, the Area VI director with the
Hillsborough County school district,
who -won the award last year, and
Police Chief Bill McDaniel, an ardent
supporter of charities such as the Ame-
rican Cancer Society.
Dickens believes that hard work and
proper training can pay off, whether it
be on the football field or in any aspect


of life. He said he believes there are
many children in Plant City who may
not have a mentor or someone to look
up to. Through involvement with Colts
football, Dickens hope to provide chil-
dren with a path to reach their dreams,
not necessarily on the football field,
but through an emphasis on education
and hard work.
"All the tradition that I had been
affiliated with over the years my
coach at Florida was Charlie Pell, who
was coached by Bear Bryant at Ala-
bama I wanted to bring some of that
to the Colts and build on it," said Dick-
ens. "We're still not finished. We have
the hall of fame to be completed. We're
trying to work with the kids and get
them to realize their dreams. Then
maybe some day they can come back
and be involved with the league and
their community."


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RESOLUTION NO. 53-2005

A RESOLUTION OF THE
CITY COMMISSION OF THE
CITY OF PLANT CITY FLOR-
IDA PROVIDING NOTICE OF
HEARING ON PROPOSED
TAX EXEMPTION PURSU-
ANT TO THE HISTORIC
PROPERTY TAX EXEMP-
TION ORDINANCE ON
PROPERTY LOCATED AT
909 ROUX STREET,

BE IT RESOLVED BY THE
CITY COMMISSION OF THE
CITY OF PLANT CITY, FLOR-
IDA:
Section 1 The City Commis-
sion of the City of Plant
City, FLorida, does hereby
give notice of the hearing
on proposed tax exemption
pursuant to the Historic
Property Tax Exemption
Ordinance on property lo-
cated at 909 Roux Street in
accordance with Chapter
38, Article V, Plant City
Code.
Section 2. The City Com-
mission will hold the public
hearing on the above tax
exemption application at
its meeting in the Sadye
Gibbs Martin Auditorium of
the Nettie Berry Draughon
Municipal Building, 302
West Reynolds Street
("City Hall") Plant City
Florida, on March 14, 2005
at 7:30 p.m., or such time
thereafter as the matter
may be heard, at which
time interested applica-
tion.
Section 3. A resolution ap-
proving said tax exemption
shall be considered by the
City Commission upon the
conclusion of the public
hearing.
Section 4. The application
for tax exemption may be
inspected by thepublic at
the office of the City Clerk
at the Nettie Berry Draugh-
on Municipal Building (City
Hall), 302 West Reynold
Street, Plant City, FLorida.

Section 5. All persons are
advised that if a person de-
cides to appeal any deci-
sign made .by the City Com-
mission with respects to
any matter considered at
such meeting, he will need
a record of the proceed-
ings, and for such purpose
he may need to ensure that
a verbatim record of the
proceedings is made,
which record includes the
testimony and evidence
upon which the appeal isto
be based.
Section 6. In accordance
with the Americans with
Disabilities Act any person
with a disability requiring
reasonable accommoda-
tion in order to participate
in this meeting should call
the City Clerk at
813-659-4200 at least 48
hours prior to the public
hearing.
Section 7. This resolution
as notice of the proposed
enactment of said ordi-
nance, shall be published in
the Courier, issue of March
10,2005.
Section 8 In accordance
with Section 38-229(d),
Plant City Codde, the City
Clerk shall forward a copy tof
the recommendation of he
Historic Resources Board
and reasons for the recom-
mendation priorto the pub-
lic hearing to the applicant,
together with a copy of this


I Legals I
resolution.........................
Adopted by the City Com-
mission on February 28,
2005.
Michael S. Sparkman
Mayor-Commissioner
ATTEST:
Virginia L. Helper
City Clerk
Approved as to form and
correctness:
Kenneth W. Buchman
CityAttorney
NO:8795 3/10/2005
PUBLIC MEETING NOTICE
The City Clerk City of Plant
City, Florida will meet on
Friday March 18, Tuesday,
April 5, and if necessary
Wednesday, April 6, 2005
as the Canvassing hoard
for the City of Plant City, to
conduct public logic and
accuracy tests on the auto-
matic vote tabulation
equipment, canvass and
process absentee ballots,
canvass and process provi-
sional ballots, receive que-
ries from the public, and
canvass and certify elec-
tion returns for the Plant
City Municipal Election on
April 5 2005. The meetings
will take place at the Hills-
borough County Supervi-
sor of Elections Elections
Service Center located at
2514 North Falkenburg
Road, Tampa, Florida. The
meetings are open to the
public.
At 9:00 am. on March 18,
2005, the Plant City Clerk
will meet to conduct a pub-
lic logic and accuracy test
on the electronic voting
and tabulation system that
will be used to record and
tabulate votes for in office
and early voting and votes
in the precincts on election
day and the-optical scan
mark sense automatic vote
tabulation system for ab-
sentee ballots for the Plant
City Municipa; Elections.
The Plant City Clerk will
meet at 7:00 p.m. on Tues-
day, April 5,2005 to receive
queries from the public,
canvass absentee ballots
for the Plant City Municipal
Election, canvass provi-
sional ballots and certify
the election returns. All ab-
sentee ballots received for
this election on and prior to
April 5, 2005 will be can-
vassed at 7:00 p.m. Any
member of the public who
wishes to examine these
ballots should be present
no later than 7:00 p.m. at
the Elections Service Cen-
ter. Processing of these
ballots and tabulation of all
votes cast will begin imme-
diately after canvassing.
If necessary, the Plant City
Clerk will reconvene al
11:00 am. on April 6, 2005
at the Elections Service
Center to certify any re-
maining provisional ballots
cast in the Plant City Mu-
nicipal Election and certify
the election returns.
If any elector or candidate
present at the above meet-
ings believes that any ab-
sentee ballot is illegal due
to any defect apparent on
the Voter's Certificate, he
or she may at any time be-
fore the ballot is removed
from the envelope, file with
the Plant City Clerk a pro-
test against the canvass of
such ballot, specifying the
precinct, the ballot, and the


I ILegals I
reason ne or sne believes
such balllotto be illegal. No
challenge based upon any
defect in the Voters Certif-
icate shall be accepted af-
ter the ballot has been re-
moved from the mailing en-
velope.
NOTE: Persons are advised
that if they wish to appeal
any decision made by the
Plant City Clerk during the
logic and accuracy tests or
the canvass of absentee
ballots, they will need re-
cord of the proceedings
and for such purpose, they
may need to ensure that a
verbatim record ofthe pro-
ceedings is made, which
record includes the testi-
mony and evidence upon

which the appeal is to be
based, per Section
286.0105, Florida Statute.
/s/Buddy Johnson, Super-
visor of Elections
Hillsborough County,
Florida
NO:8839 3/10/2005
NOTICE OF ANNUAL
MEETING OF MEMBERS OF
SUNSHINE STATE FEDERAL
SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSO-
CIATION
Notice is hereby given that
the Annual Meeting of
Members of the above-
named Association will be
held at the home office of
the Association at 102 West
Baker Street, Plant City
Florida, on the 23rd day of
March 2005, at the hour of
2:00 o'clock P.M., of said
day. The business to be tak-
en up at said Annual Meet-
ing shall be:
1. Considering and voting
upon reports of officers
and committees of the As-
sociation;
2. Considering and voting
upon ratification of the
acts of directors and offic-
es of the Association;
3. Considering and voting
upon the adoption of anew
federal mutual charter.
4. Election of directors to
fill the offices the terms of
which are then expiring;
5. No other matters, except
as required by law or regu-
lation.
BY ORDER OF THE BOARD
OF DIRECTORS.
Dated at Plant City, Florida,
March 3,2005
/s/Robert S. Trinkle
RobertS. Trinkle, Secretary
Sunshine State Federal
Savings and Loan
Association
No;8830 3/10;17,2005
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NOTICE OF SALE
In accordance with thepro-
visions of Florida law, there
being due and unpaid
charges for which the un-
dersigned is entitled to sat-
isfy an owner's lien of the
goods hereinafter de-
scribed and stored at Uncle
Bob's Self Storage located
at: 1005 S. Alexander St.,
Plant City, Florida 33563.
813-759-9526. And, due no-
tice having been given, to
the owner of said property
and all parties known to
claim an interest therein,
and time specified in
such notice for payment of
such having expired, the
goods will be sold at public
auction at the above stated
address to the highest bid-
der or otherwise disposed
of on Monday, March 21,
2005 at 9:30am.
C-31MARKAROCHO
Furniture, boxes tools,
TV's, stereo equipment,
landscaping equipment
D- 4 MICHAELE.WILLIAMS
Household goods furni-
ture, boxes, toolsTV's,
stereo equipment
A- 7 DELONDA HINSON
Household goods, furni-
ture, boxes, TV's, stereo
eq uipment
u1TERRELL BECTON
Household goods, furni-
ture, tools, appliances,
TV's, stereo egupment
C-49 JAMES MARTIN
Household goods, furni-
ture, appliances, tools,
other
ValerieGonzalez
Manager
PC4325603/03/05,03/10/05
NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEET-
ING OF MEMBERS OF SUN-
SHINE STATE FEDERAL
SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSO-
CIATION
Notice is hereby given that
the Annual Meeting of
Members of the above-
named Association will be
held at the home office of
theAssociation at 102 West
Baker Street, Plant City,
Florida, on the 23rd day of
March 2005, at the hour of
2:00 o'clock P.M. of said
day. The business to be tak-
en up at said Annual Meet-
ing shall be:
1. Considering and voting
upon reports of offices and
commi ees of the Associa-
tion;
2. Considering and voting
upon ratification of the
acts of directors and offi-
cers of the Association;
3. Election of directors to
fill the offices the terms of
which are then expiring;
4. No other matters, except
as required by law or requl-
ation.
BY ORDER OF THE BOARD
OF DIRECTORS.
Dated at Plant City, Florida,
March 3,2005.
Judith P. Barta, Secretary
Sunshine State Federal
Savings and Loan
Association
No:8799 3/10;17,2005
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NOTICE OF SALE
Notice is hereby given that
"Buckeye Self Storage
Inc." willsell to the highest
bidder at public sale at
1610 Jim Johnson Rd., Plant
City, FL. 33566 at 11:00AM,
Tuesday, March 29,2005.
The following items:
Kitchen Tabme, Baby Bed,
Bathanet Couch Misc.
items held for BEULAH
CASTRO.
Outdoor Grill, Futon, Baby
Bed, Bike, Bedroom Furni-
ture Misc. items held for
VERONICA CREEL.
Baby Bed, Chest, End Ta-
ble, Misc. items held for
DANIELLE KENNEDY.
Clothing, Misc. items held
for SHARON LETCH-
WORTH.
Stuffed Toys, Chest, Misc.
items held for STEPHEN
WILLIAMS.
Ben Yocom, Sr.
Operations Director
PC5345703/10/05;03/17/05
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NOTICE OF FICTIOUS
TRADE NAME
Notice is hereby given that
the undersigned, engaged
in business at:1601 N.
Wheeler St, Plant City, FI
33563.
Under the name of:
UPTOWN VACUUM SALES
AND SERVICE
Intends to register said
name with the Florida De-
partment of State in accor-
dance with and as required
by Chapter 90-267, Laws of
Florida Statues, Section
865.09.
/s/Crystal Bain
No:8837 3/10/05
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SEFFNER SELF STORAGE,
1490 E. Dr. M.L King Blvd.
Seffner, FL 33584 to satisfy
lien.
SPACE 45: CONNIE MARTIN
1985Toyota Cressida
UNIT 12:BRADGINN
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Management reserves the
right to refuse any bid.
Items must be removed
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of sale.
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home of non smokers I
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$249,900.813-994-0697 I
TEMPLE TERRACE 3 bed- N.Clearwater Bch lbr
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FREE LAND LIST- NC
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GEORGIA- TALBOT COUN-
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Mobile
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3312 aft 5pm for appt
ALAFIA RIVER RV PARK
1-75 Exit 250.1990 14x40
park model, 2bd, lba,
new lifetime vinyl roof,
CHA, furn'd, 1998 12x38
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pool, fishing dock, boat
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acre fenced, storage
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Asst. Avail. Call
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180
Commercial Prop.
Lease

1 ofc Space
11808 Lease
Bruce B. Downs New
Medical/professional
offices 1600-4000sf
Individual buildings,
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Ron* 813-263-8446
Memorial Hwy/TNC,
2 Mo. Free Rent
SOnly$895persf.
1200sf rare vacancy
Prof Bldg 813-286-9615
OFFICE, RETAIL OR FLEX
SPACE for lease in Tam-
pa or Brandon, 1.000-
S 000sf. Melinda Moss-
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813-681-3118 ext. 344
PLANT CITY, Industrial
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lease 150 to 3000 sq ft,
including Conference
Room & Break Room.
Starting at $160. mo.
Contact Mathew Horner
813-865-1192. THE-
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1001 N. MacDill Ave.
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813-267-9266
Tampa 1207 N Himes
near Dwn Twn, airport
and I 275 area 1200,
1600, and 2000 sqft avail.
for immediate occupancy
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units have full kitchen &
bath Call Sharon Henri-
quez 813-872-8108
1000 N. Fla. Ave, dwntwn.
Prof. ofc bldg. Ground
fir, corner space, great
exposure at intersection
in dwntwn. Ideal for
professionals. 1200 sf
with alarm sys. $12.50
per sq. ft. 813-229-0207
180CI Retail
Space
BUSCH Blvd, 1000-2000 sf
avail new construction
great loc. for any type of
Business immed occu-
ancy. 813-493-3335or
Call 727-215-6301
LUTZ/LOL COMMERCIAL
Lease State Road 54:
2,400 S.F. (New), 1,000
S.F. (Existing restaurant
& Equipm.) (813)
810-4951
Sun Point Shopping Cntr
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Park Space
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high. $3,000 month. Call
813-248-1175 or
813-220-7289
190
Commercial Prop.
Sale

190 g Commercial |
IS.. Sites Sale |

1 Acre Multi-purpose
C-2 Commercial Lots
High Springs N. of
ainesville $49,900
Owner Financing
From $4900 Down
800-352-5263
Florida Woodland Group
Licensed RE Broker
ACRE, MULTI-PURPOSE,
C-2 Commercial lots,
High Springs kN. of
Gainesville, 49,U00.
Owner financing from
$4900 down.
800-352-5263 Florida
Woodland Group, Inc.,
License RE Broker.
S IInvestment
190J Property
Sale
Condo conversion or col-
lect rent 22 units 2br's
& lbr's. On Lake Silver,
Winter Haven. 22 apart-
ments fully rented. 1.3
mil obo. 941-518-8797.
200-249
Rentals

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205 Unfurnished

Central Tampa, 2br/lba,
CHA designated park-
ing, WD hkup, $640/mo
+ deposit of $250.00.
813-545-0053/966-6416
813-879-6466
DAVIS ISLAND Lg lbr,
Very Cute, $850/mo In-
cludes Electric & Cable,
Refs Req. 1st +
Security Deposit
813-253-2111
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HYDE PARK lbr 1000 sq
ft, oak floors,W/ Iblk
to Bayshore $950 mo.
727-244-2&-440.

HYDE PARK, 2br iba,
1000sf, CHA, Hardwood
Floors, Laundry Room
on site, Pets OK,
$950/mo 813-258-2542
2801 W. Estrella St
HYDE Park garage apt lbr
Iba w/own garage,
W&D, 1 blk from Bay-
shore, wood floors, AC
650 mo. 732-539-4646,
13-254-6464.
Hyde Park Madison/Soho
r/lBa, w/d dw re-
served prkg, 2nd floor
securedbldg, beautiful
pool view $1100/month.
(407)341-3491
INNSBROOK Area, Palm
Harbour Petless 2nd
fir, updated, new fiurn &
carpet lbr, 2ba w/ liv &
den W/D scrn balcony,
carport, stlrge $1200/mo
+ sec, 727-687-3914
Plant City-2 &3BRMH's&
1BR apt, RV lots. 9am-
5pm M-F813-754-6932
TAMPA PALMS 3br 2ba,
1800sf. $1400 per mo.
Huge open floor plan.
Free Rent! Must See!
Call Chance Alexander
469-233-6667






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I2 Apartments
205Unfurnished

TEMPLE TERRACE
Puritan Place*
Recently Renovated
Spacious 1,2 & 3 Br Apts
New Playground, 2 pools!
Great Neighborhood
Affordable community!
ir Move-Inspecials 1h
callI 813-988-6112
LOOK AND LEASE
give a deposit, fill out ap-
plication same day, ou
lookget $100. off 1stull
mo. 754-2200 Plant City
TOWNSGATEAPTS
I Duplex/
207 I x
Triplex

Ybor Area, for rent 2-
2br/lba, newly remod-
eled, carpet & tile.
$950/mo, all util incl. Or
12 mo lease, $875/mo
util incl. 813-215-5399

2 1 0 Houses d
|1I Unfurnished
BEACH PARK, 210 S. Man-
hattan, 2br 2ba 2cg,
1800sf, Superb location,
Fenced Yard, New Paint,
Fireplace $2,000/mo
813-765-8667
Bloomingdale, 3/2/2 A++
SCHOOLS, LAKEFRONT
SPECIAL DISCOUNT 4
Long Term Lease!!!
Available April 1st.
Diane (813) 810-6923
You'll find value buys
advertised in Classified
each and every day
Brandon, 3br, 2ba, corner
lot, fenced yard. $1050/
mo 10121 Alambra Ave
3br, lba, $900/mo. 7026
Glenview
KRPM 813-689-6595
BRANDON, 3br 2ba, 2cg,
near 1-75 & x-town, big
back yrd w/ 6' pvc
fence, play area, 12x16
scrn ania, $1075/mo +
dep 813-677-4958
BRANDON Providence
Lakes 2100sf home,
4br,2ba,2cg screened in
lanai, 30' x 11'. $1400 +
electric & water. 1 mo
deposit. 813-610-6939
BRANDON South, 2br,
lba, quiet neighbor-
hood $750/mo +
$1000/sec dep. No
smoking. 562-498-0422

Carrollwood /Citrus Park
4br, 2ba, 2cg, 1800 sf, LR,
fam rm. corner lot in
Logan Gate, fnc'd yard,
6605 Spanish Moss
$1300/mo. 813-679-7283
Want Ads
CITRUS PARK
4br 3ba 3cg 2600sf,
screen pool, $2,200/mo
+ deposit. Lawn & Pool
service included.
813-244-1580
CLEARWATER, near
Highland & Druid 3 br, 2
ba, 2 car garage, 1800 sf
very nice! Must see!
$1200/mo. 1st last, sec.
727-642-3591
COUNTRY Village, 3br 2ba
Large Den, 2cg Lots of
Tile, $1,150/mo $1,500
Sec Dep 813-417-8870
picsatcr4.biz

EAST TAMPA Huge 3br,
lba, Fla rm, totally re-
modeled, on double
sized lot. CHA, $825/mo.
1st, last & security. No
pets. 813-969-1470
FISHHAWK RANCH 4br/
3ba w/ office many
amen., beautiful new
home, over 2700sf,
$1950/mo 908-672-6030;
813-641-9522 after 7pm
FOREST HILLS AREA
3br,2ba, CHA, garage,
cony location nice
neighborhood. $875/mo
+ deposit + refs.
813-948-6028


I210n Houses
Unfurnished
LAKE KEYSTONE View! Lg
Corner lot, mowing inc.
2br 2ba w/lg game rm.
CHA, Carport. Water-
Soft, No Pets. $960/mo
813-601-6487
LAND 0 LAKES 3BR 2BA
2CG 3 yrs new, fenced
yard, small pets.
$1200/mo.
813-598-3186 or
813-376-3044
LUTZ, 3br, 2ba, + ofc/
den, lanai, cathedral
ceilings 7 yrs new,-all
appi inc W/D, lawn svc
incl, $1325/mo. Pets OK
813-263-8006
LUTZ/STILLWATER
4br 3ba 3cg 2600sf
Screened Pool, $2,200/
mo + Dep. Lawn & Pool
Services included.
813-244-1580
NEW TAMPA, 5BR, 4BA,
3-car gar. Live Oak Pre-
serve. Almost new.
Move in April! Lake-
front. High ceilings lux-
ury master bath, huge
kitchen. $2200/mo. Call
NOW! (561) 310-3207
Check Out Cars/Trucks in
today Classified section!
New Tampa, Pebble
Creek 4/3, corner lot,
screened pool privacy
backyard, $2600 mo.
Possible lease option to
buy.423-552-6624.
PLANT CITY 2BR/1BA
1CG ALL appliances.,
NON Smokers, NO Pets,
1 year lease, $850 mo.
813-752-9589
PORT RICHEY Immac.
2BR/1BA, 2 car gar., frml-
dng rm. fenced yard, all
apple inc. W/D. Immed.
occ. Exc. & quite loc. No
pets. $835 + 1st mth.
rent + deposit.
(314)267-5388
SEMINOLE Hgts & 'nor
City. 1-5 bedroom hous-
es available to rent, ren-
ovated, section 8 can be
available. $625-$1300.
813-839-2664.
SOUTH Plant City Coun-
try Privacy,3/, W/D
hook-up, CH/IA, $800.
mo + deposit.
813-685-2574
Spot Advertising Works
SOUTH TAMPA 3br 2ba +
Extra room, Country
Kitchen, Fenced, Car-
port, storage, Yard
maintenance included
2111 S. Manhattan off
Westshore, Btw San
Miguel & San Rafael
$1700/mo 813-258-2748
561-452-5141
SOUTH TAMPA, 4br/3ba,
-Plant High District.
2300sf + ofc. Fncd yrd,
new kitch new bath,
wdfirs, $1750/mo
**813-960-1965**
SPRING HILL/7 Hills,
BRAND NEW deed rest.
comm., 4br, 2ba 2cg,
garden tub, 1st, last&
sec, $1100mo. No pets.
**352-382-2787**
STADIUM Area, 3br 2ba,
Newly Renovated, CHA,
Ceramic Tile, Laundry
room. Nice
Neighborhood,
BeaIful. 813-601-4877
TAMPA Heights, 3br 2ba
lcg, 304 W.Amelia, New
wood/Tile Floors, Stun-
ning, Near Downtown &
Stetson Law, 2/2yrs old,
$1,500/mo 813-765-8667
VALRICO
3br,2ba, den, 2cg, fenced
in yard, on cul-de-sac,
with community pool &
tennis. $1475/month.
813-205-1859
VALRICO RIVER HILLS
GOLF & COUNTRY CLUB
Priv. Gated Community
3/2/2, 1700sf, SPECIAL
Disc 4 Long Term Lease.
Diane (813)810-6923


WINN( DIXIE
America's Supermarket


Apollo Beach 6188 U.S. 41
Brandon 1945 W. Lumsden Ave.
Brandon 179 Bloomingdale Ave.
Sun City Center 4445 Sun City Cir.
Riverview -9822 U.S. 301


210 I Houses
210 Unfurnished

Wesley Chapel, Spacious
2br, 2ba, 2cg100sf. on
pond, Wiliamsburg
Subdv. 1829 Tumble-
weed Ct. $1200/mo Pets
OK. 813-495-8924
YBOR CITY. Minutes to
downtown, large 2br
lba, CH&A, washer &
dryer hookup, $650 mo.
+ dep. 813-935-8185.

12121 Condominiuml
HARBOUR ISLAND luxury
Parkcrest condo: lbr,
lba + loft, wd firs, gran-
ite, SS appi, great water
view many amenities
$1500/mo 813-227-9811
New Tampa Hunter's Grn
on pool 2br lba w/ dbl
sink, jacuzzi & showr,
everything new, across
from tennis cts/park.
$950/mo 813-629-1188
NEW-TAMPA Luxury Con-
do Gated Hunters Green
2BR/2BA/Den/Firep.
1,280 SF$1,150/month,
(813) 810-4951

SOHO/Madison lbr Iba
Remodeled End unit
w/balc, 1st fir, Unit is
Immac, Close to Sec Gar
& all other Ammen,
Alarm W/D & Water Inc
$1,100/mo 813-766-4194
SOUTH TAMPA, 1 br, I ba
waterfront, beautifully
furn, covered parking,
full amenities. No pets.
$1250/mo. Short trm
lease avl. 813-598-0955
SOUTH TAMPA Sunny
Wtrfrnt IBd/1Ba end
unit; gated comm Pool
Gym, Marina, Covered
Parkin, W/D, Balcony,
WIC, Pets OK $850
727-207-7019
212A ITownhouse
Brandon-Furnished 2br,
2.5ba. 541 Kensington
Lake. $1150/mo. Short
Term AvaiL
KRPM
813-689-6595
CARROLLWOOD Lake
Ellen Walk, Fletcher &
Orange Grove. 2br 2". ba
1 car garage. 1540 tsf.
incl W D.'gas range
$100C mo 813-265-0678
FISHHAWK RANCH
Brand new 2br, 2.5ba
townhouse 1250sf:
Gated, pool, fop schools.
No pets. $1100/mo
813-643-0403
WATERCHASE
Brand new 3br 2.5ba 2cg
new community w/pool
& tennis, on water.
$1800/mo. 813-920-8022
I qri I Mobile |
215 IHomes

'1 Br Ats & 1&2Bedrm
Mobile Homes
Plant City 813-752-5234
DURANT, new 3BR/2BA
MH on 1 ac. CHA $900
mo+ dep.657-3616
NEAR 1-4 & 301-1, 2 & 3
BR'S. $120-$140 weekly.
Some with utilities.
(813) 626-0820
PLANT CITY,M.H. 1BR 1BA
on 1 ac, quiet neighbor-
hood. Damage Dep Req
NO PETS. 752-0698
SPRINGHEAD: very nice,
very clean, 2/2, CA, no
pets, ref, $130 wk, $375
dep. 863-670-1924
VALRICO, 2br, lba Furn,
uiet prvty owned park,
55+ MH Comm 1 sml in-
side dog ok, $575/mo +
$575/sec. Pet dep $200
813-689-1502; 967-4083
Through making waves?
Place a classified ad &
letsailors get wind of
your boat!


Tampa- 8424 Sheldon Rd.
Tampa 8702 Bruce B. Downs Blvd.
Tampa 4479 Gandy Blvd.
Tampa 5715 Gunn Hwy.
Tampa 2540 Bearss Ave.
Tampa 8438 N. Armenia Ave.
Tampa -7851 Palm River Rd.
Thonotosassa 9535 E. Fowler Rd.
Lutz- 18407 U.S. 41
Lutz 2126 Collier Pkwy.


I2 Waterfront
231 Rentals

Apollo Beach, MiraBay,
new4br/2.5ba, dock, ac-
cess to Tampabay,
pools, clubhouse, fit-
ness ctr, beautiful view.
$2900/mo. 813-857-7318
APOLLO BEACH,
remodeled 3 br 3 ba,
granite counter, Jennair
apple's, new crpt & tile,
deep wtr dock. Access
to Tpa Bay. Lawn svc
incl. $1950/mo.
813-741-9619
LAKE PLACID Lake House
Rental, Wkly/monthly
Weekends 2-story 3br
3ba, furnished Patio
Dock call 561-792-942b
or cwill44053@aol.com
RUSKIN (7 mi. south) 2/1
on Little Manatee River,
boat dock, porch, priv.
lot 130x90, no kids/pets.
1000/mo $500 dep., 1st
& last req. 813-310-2680
i Vacation
232 Places

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company has a large se-
lection of homes con
dos. Plan your summer
today! Killington
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Woods Resort. Okemo
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haven Resort. wwvv.ver-
montvacations.ccm
Email: res@vthomes.com
WE DO RENTALS! South-
ern Vermont's rental
center. Mount Snow,
West Dover, Vermont.
By the week/week-
end/month or season!
Includes recreation-
al/cultural activities.
We offer hillside condos,
townhouses, chalets
(large/small homes).
Mountain Resort Rentals
PO Box 1804, West Dover
Vermont 05356
wwww.mountainresor-
trentals.com, email:
rentverm@sover.net.
888-336-1445
802-464-1445
250-299
Employment
Services

290n I Positions
Wanted

AFFORDABLE
Lawn Maintenance and
Landscaping & etc Call
Anthony 813-478-3948
or Aaron 813-719-9011
WILL HAUL Trash Junk,
Clean Sheds, Yard, Tires
Junk Cars, Anything! I'LL
DO IT! 737-335176-3745
300-390
Employment

30 Management'1
136 2 Supervisory

Manager Multiplestores,
Brandon area dry
cleaners. 6day week.
Musthave
organizational skills,
ability totrain,
teamwork. 29k/yr. Fax
resume813-653-3756
Production Floor
Supervisor
for Brandon area high
volumegualitydry
cleanering&shir
laundering plant.
Equipment knowledge&
repair+ .6aav* e64.
Fax resume
813-653-3756or Call
654-2323
1304 | Real Estate I
Appointment Setters $$$
Door 2 Door No selling
30K-100K/yr Leadspro-
vided 813 864-3347x7


I 305 I Professional |
ADMIN ASST, Prof
attitude, Excel/Word
Fax:813-433-5675, e-mail
jobline@4335675.com
COMMUNICATIONS
SPECIALIST
Lakeland Christian
organization is looking
forafull:-time, entry-
level writer/graphic
artist/video producer
to develop news and
feature stories,
brochures, advertising
promotional materials &
videos. Preferred:
writing and design
proficiency; and PC
experience with Adobe
InDesign, Photoshop
and Premiere Pro. Send
res: Communications
Director, P.O. Box 8190,
Lakeland, FL 33802.
EXECUTIVE RECRUITERS-
Leading recruiting com-
pany seeks skilled re-
cruiters for it's conve-
nient store/petroleum
div. 2+ yrs of recruiting
exppref'd.
Fax: 727-588-9098
Email: resumes
mailreliefinc.com
TEACHERS, Must have 1
Year Experience -40
hours required (All Clas-
ses FULL at Ihis time).
813 71640121
I Medical'
320 1 Health Care

CNA'S
Loveable, Dependable,
caregivers, Autumn
Assist ivin 1307 E.
Baker 813-72-1648
COLLECTORS NEEDED for
busy DME Billing Office.
Fax resumes toLincare:
813-621-5810
FRONT OFFICE Position
F/T & P/T in growing
medical facility. Experi-
ence preferred. Fax re-
sume to: 813-759-8254L
MA PT for plastic surgery
office. Fax resume
813-6814984
MEDICAL ASST Needed
for busy Brandon prac-
tice. Exp. Req'd. Please
fax CV to 813-655-7344
House-
330 keeping/
Maids

HOUSEKEEPERS
Experience. Goodpay Ap-
ply in person at Comfort
Inn of Plant City, 1-4 exit
22 or Call
813-707-6000

335q Child/Adult
["" Care

AFTERNOON DIRECTOR
CDA Req'd.Dir. Cred. +
Fax 982-0086 or appt.
986-4900 Thonotosassa
DAY care help needed
P/T, Must be flexible
813-645-5783 or
813-857-8457
Preschool Teachers &
Assts.FT/PTpositions,
2 locations.F Tutor Time.
Citrus Park-926-3682
Tampa Palms-971-2976
SITTER needed in our
home 4-5 daysperweek.
5AM-4:30PM. Some Sat
No Sun. 2 Children age 2
& 5. Job duties dressing
& walking daughter to &
from school & taking
care of boy during day.
Pay Nego 813-843-5977
Restaurant/
340 Hospitality/
Clubs
BARTENDERS- Up to
$350/shift, F/T&P/T,F
noexp. req.Call
(800) 806-0085 ext. 813
Turn to Classified you
can Bank on our Bargains


Valrico -1971 S.R. 60
Valrico 3236 Lithia -Pinecrest Rd.
Wesley Chapel 5351 Village Market
Zephyrhills 36348 S.R. 54
Seffner -725 N. Grove Cir.





SEEKEIR PLUS


I Restaurant/
3401 Hospitality/
Clubs
KITCHEN HELP F/T. &
Waitresses Applin per-
son Chancy Cattish
Shack N. Park Rd
754-0477 or 752-7224
KITCHEN Staff & Fry
Cook. 10625 Paul Buch-
man Hwy 39 N.
813-782-5966
MANAGER-F/T
Experienced only. Apply:
Snellgrove's Restaurant
109 South Collins
813-752-3652
SERVER Experienced
part-time servers need-
ed for country club. A
great opportunity to
make good wages. Ap-
py in person. walden
Lake G&CC, 2001 Club-
house Dr. Plant City, Fl
813-752-1171
SERVERS$,HOSTESS
Hiring for Branch Ranch
Dining Room, Plant City
813-752-1957
SERVERS & COOKS-Exp &
avail. a must. Cherry's
Bar & Grill of Plant City,
813-764-8818
Adminl
350 General
Office
Accounting Clerk to
1 2/nr. Data Entry, CusI
service. Temp to Perm!!
Rita Staffing 813.754.5997
Coordinator/Recruiter
needed for expanding
staffing office. High
energy, strong people
skills & great atten-
dance. Interview, data
entry, phonesMon-Fri
7:30a-5:30p. benefits.
$10 hrly. Call Tamara
(813) 663-0394 or fax re-
sume 813-664-1848
EXCAVATE/LOADER
OPERATOR Immediate
opening in Plant City,
2 yrs min. exp. 45 hr
work wk. Call Jim:
813-781-6848
Office Help, Bi Lingual
helpful for Wholesale
Plant nursery. M-F 7.30
-4. Typing, computer,
good customer service
skills. Fax resume:
681-2541 or call 685-2042
Office Help M-F 7am-
4:30pm, dependable
computer exp. Good
Phone, typing & math
skills needed. Call
813-685-2042 or fax
resume: 681-2541

RECEPTIONIST needed
for busy local contract-
ing company. Pleasant
voice, good phone eti-
uette, and the ability to
handle a mutli-fine
phone system. Clerical
duties include filing and
light typing? Fax resume
to 813-752-6732

1360 | Trades I
AUTO EQUIP TECH
will train mechanical
person w/good driving
record. 813-684-8529
BOAT TRAILER
ASSEMBLERS,
Mechanically inclined.
Plant City, 813-764-0242
CABINET SERVICE TECHS
Timberlake Cabinet
Company, part of Amer-
ican Woodmark Corp,
needs experienced ser-
vice techs. Knowledge
of cabinet repair or
woodworking experi-
ence needed. Call
1-800-226-3086 or fax re-
sume to 800-210-6345
Carpenters needed for
immediate start. Tools
& transportation req'd.
Call (813) 623-2996.
CONCRETE CUTTER
LABORER will train no exp
req need motivated/de-
pendable individual, im-
mediate opening, FI
Driver Lic, clean record,
competitive pay, over-
time, benefits, pay vaca-
tion/holidays & uni-
forms 727-725-5513
Electricians needed for
immediate start. Tools
& transportation req'd
Call (813) 623-2996
ESTIMATOR Must have
exp. remodeling for GC.
Able to do take offs,
dwg. exp a + computer
exp., minor travel. Call
813-376-5172.
Fire Sprinkler Fitter or
Foreman. Must be
dependable. Call
813-759-8309
MAINTENANCE PERSON
2nd shift- Odessa facto-
ry needs exp'd electri-
cal/ mechanical person.
Must be able to read
schematics must have
own tools. Benefits, va-
cations, 401K. Call Mike
between 9am & 10am.
352-232-4117.
Mason-S19 & Mason Ten-
ders $10.50 Comm exp.
DFWP.Day 813-980-1123
Eve. 813-645-3306
Plumbers needed for im-
mediate start. Tools and
transportation required
Call (813) 623-2996
ROOFERS &
SUBCONTRACTORS
Re oul reciieniil ",rly
8 13.977.C,066


1360 | Trades |
Satellite Technicians
Needed ASAP
Cabling or low volt.
Exp only needed. Will
train! 813.286.9888x707
TELEPHONE/NETWORK
TECH 3+ yrs exp install-
ing, cabling, service &
MAC work.F/T, bfts, co.
veh. Fax 813-961-0029
Call 265-3600 X104
1361 Construction
Bridge Foreman &
Superintendent, Rodbus-
ters&Welders. Compet-
itive pay & benefits.
Denson Construction
1-877-709-1001. EEO.
13621 Landscaping
LANDSCAPE Foreman &
Irrigation Installer Must
have exp. New Install &
Re-vamp, Top Pay!
813-635-0786/620-0800
13655 Retail
Supervisors & Cashiers
Bealls Outlet in Hills. &
Pasco Counties Great
Benefits, FT/PT, EE,
Call 800-250-9206'X6178
S3701 Sales |
CLOSERS $100.000- per
yr. Paid Weekly for Olad
Company ExpandingEs-
taBiihsned Territory. Dai-
Il 2-3 appomintments.
(all now 1-800-672-7114
Dixie Staffing
is Growing
Motivated goa driven
pro for outside B2B sales
in Hillsb. Co. Strong peo-
pleskills, senseof
humor, relationship sell-
ing. $30K stable base +
bi-weekly comm. $45-
50K 1st year. Benefits.
Call Tamara @ 813-663
0394 or fax resume to
813-664-1848
FURNITURE SALES
Also MANAGEMENT
Must have good work
record & be outgoing.
813-645-7240 Wil return
-calls for appointment.
Retail Sales Exp pre-
ferred. Biligual a plus.
Local Furniture Store.
Call Steven 754-3547
Sales, Bldg material,
brick, & stone pavers,
Motivated reliable
person, benes, 401k etc.
Fax resume 813-752-2537
SALES PEOPLE FOR RV
DEALERSHIP. Full Time
in Plant City. CALL
813-752-6814.
SALES Professionals
needed for Growing Fur-
niture Retailer. Excel-
lent ay plan Call Jeff
813-76 0727

371 marketing

Appointment Setters $$$
Door 2 Door No selling
30K-100K/yr Leads pro-
vided 813864-3347x7
3 Driver
"'"I Delivery

BUS DRIVER needed for
Day Care Sch. 2pm-3pm
daily. Good pa. CDL
passenger enPorsed
with air brakes req'd.
Call 813-707-1135
DRIVER
COVENANT TRANSPORT
Excellent Pay & Benefits
for Experienced Drivers,
0/0 Solos, Teams &
Graduate Students. Bo-
nuses Paid Weekly.
Equal Opportunity Em-
ployer. (888)MORE PAY
(888-667-3729) -
Driver
LOCAL DRIVERS
NEW PAY PACKAGE +
$1000 New Hire Bonus for
Experienced Drivers!
AUBURNDALETERMINAL
Class ACDL. Flatbed
&tankerexp.aplus
MULBERRYTERMINAL
Class A CDL and tanker
end.Recentgrads
welcome!Tuition
reimbursement
Program available.
1-888-562-9065
driveccc.com




DRIVER/
TRACTOR TRAILER
Distributor needs a
tractor trailer driver
for its private fleet.
Qualifications include
current class "A" CDL,
one (1) year experience,
a clean MVR, and ability
to unload trucks. Home
some week nights and
most weekends.
Competitive wage, bonus
and excellent benefits
including 401 (k). EOE
M/F. Call or apply at:
Style Crest Products
3904 Builders Circle
Plant City, Florida 33567
(813)754-0435
DRIVERS, Class A needed
immed. Up to 45K +,
knowledge of food serve.
helpful. Apply in Person
Bud's Poultry 1702 Jim
Johnson Rd. Plant City.
DRIVERS, Class A CDL &
must have 3 yrs driving
& flatbed exp. Exc pay &
hlth insur. 752-7346 or
478-4056 ask for Nicki


375 Driver/
""I Delivery

DRIVERS Company Driv-
ers Solos/Teams, Class
A/CDL, New Pay Pack-
age 3-1-05, Make up to
40 cents/mile & more.
Great Home Time! Also
Owner Operators Need-
ed! 1-877-882-6537 EOE
Oakley Transport, Inc.
Drivers EXPERIENCED
CIA CDL2yrs.
NEW PAY SCALE!
Fuel, safety bonu$, home
time & detention pay.
Late Model Equipment &
No Forced Dispatch
Rowland Transportation
1-800-338-1146
DRIVERS LCT WANTS
YOU! New Hire Bonus -
$500! Production Per-
formance Bonus paid
quarterly. OTR drivers
solos or teams. J
months experience &
CDL-A / HAZ required.
Full benefits package-
2000-2005 Equipment.
Call 1-800-362-0159, 24
hours. LCTransporta-
tion.com
DRIVERS- Owner Ops &
Co. Drivers Needed
Now! Run SE Only or SE,
Mid-Atl MW Regional,
0/0- No Forced Dispatch,
Good Pay plus Fuel.
Call (866)250-4292

TRUCK DRIVERS
Wanted with a Class A
CDL with flatbed experi-
ence. Must have at least
3 years driving and flat-
bed experience. This is a
job with excellent pay
and health insurance
option. Please call
813-752-7346 or
813-478-4056 and ask for
Nicki
1380 | General I
BANQUET SERVERS, expd
$10. on call part-time
own b & w. Start immed.
(813) 663-0394 DFWP
CASHIER, Hiring week-
ends Sat & Sun 8:30-2:30
$6.50 per hour. Must Ap
ply in person Brunciery
Restaurant. 652 OaKfiel
Drive, Brandon
813-654-9036.
CEANING person P/T eve-
nings/end-week lead-
ing to F/T. 863-510-0780

FABRICATION
Shop Looking for:
Truck Driver-Exp need-
ed Plus CDL License
Shop Foreman-must
have minimum of 10 yrs
exp in fabrication &
must be able to read
prints
1st Class Plate Fitters
*1st Class Certified Weld-
ers
Experienced Shop Su-
perintendent-Must hace
minimum of 10 yrs exp
as shop foreman must
know plate and struc-
tural fabrication
Applicants May Mail Re-
sumeto:
P.O. Box 669Plant City, FL
33564
Email:dhicks@jack-
hickssteel.com
Phone: 813-478-6920 or
813-478-6930
General Laborers,
Scaffolders, Welders.
$ DAILY WORKS
S DAILY PAY $
219 Cook St, Brandon FL
Labor Finders 657-7003
GRAPHIC ARTIST 5 + yrs
exp. Auto exp a + Prof-
icnt w/ Mac OS-X for-
mat, Quark, photoshop,
Illust. mu-ad creator,
acrobat, trapping InDe-
sign, Emal res/smpis
PDF by 3/11 to
gr2@tampabay.rr.com
GREAT INCOME POTEN-
TIAL! Full Medical/Den-
tal Benefits and Paid
Training on Homeland
Security law enforce-
ment, wildlife, Clerical,
Administrative and
more! 1-800-320-9353
Ext. 2005
HYDRAUL Hose Shop
needs someone w/ex-
perience to make-up
hoses and repair cylin-
der. 759-0599
Kennel Asst, P/T wanted.
Please send resume to
P.O. Box 2436 Plant City,
FL.33564-2436.
LAKELAND AUTO Auction
has Clerk position open
to manage outside f oor
plans. Job requires de-
tailed paperwork and
computer entry w/ex-
tensive communication
w/customers-on phone
and in person. This per-
son must have strong
communication, organi-
zational and customer
service skills. Computer
and software knowl-
edge requ'd. Must have
High School di glomaor
equivalent. Vehicle title
knowledge a plus. Call
Pam (863) 984- 1551 for
interview. EOE DFWP
MERCHANDISERS Store-
cast Merch. Corp., a
natl. 3rd party merch.
co., is seeking associ-
ates in FL. Greatwages/
advancement oppty. Re-
set/POG exp. pref. Will
train. Strong work ethic,
car and desire to be a
part of a dynamic com-
pany that understands
the value of a great as-
sociate! Ivarney@
storecast.com or call
1-800-622-7080 x3115


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I 380 | General
Rece tionis/Admin Asst
FT, rof attitude. Excel &
Word, Fax:813-433-5675
orjobline@4335676.com
RECEPTIONIST F/T OR
P/T. Please send re-
sume w/days available
to P.O. Box 2436. Plant
City, Fl 33564-2436
SWEEPER DRIVERS,
D lic. 9pm-7am, hard
work. $360 per week.
Call 813-243-3023
WAREHOUSE NIGHT SHIR
%9.50 STRAT HMO
DFWP APPLY IN PER-
SON 2302 YHENDERSON
WAY.
Warehouse/Driver- Class
D Req. Biligual a plus.
Local Furniture Store.
Call Steven 754-3547
WAREHOUSE, night shift
positions Start @ $9.50
per hour. HMO & DFWP.
Apply in person 2302
Henderson Way, Plant
City
WHSE & OFC HELP-Plant
City, fun job! FT, M-F.
Typing skills helpful.
Vac &ho. 813-764-9090
WORSHIP LEADER P/T
Help in development of a
blended Worship ser-
vice. Worship Leader
must have piano and/or
other musical instruc-
ment skills. Competitive
salary. Send resumes to
Pastor Vincent Price
vprice4@ta mpa-
bay.rr.com or mail to:
Dover UMC P.O. Box 14,
Dover, FI 33527;
813-659-1415
ALCOA Aluminum
** now hiring thru**
RITASTAFHFNGfor
Laborers & Maintenance
$9.50 -$14/hr
813-754-5997
AMBITIOUS? $500-
1000/Day Returning
alls. No Sellin Not
MLM, No Boss. Call only
if Serious. Toll Free
1-899-690-6048
13811 Part Time I
Keiser College,
Lakeland Campus is
currently hiring:

Appointment
Setters
Successful applicants
will conduct community
outreach telephone
activities during
evening and Saturday
hours. Experienced
preferred. Pleasefax
resume to (863)
701-8758 or send via
E-Mail to wbequette@
keisercollege.edu
383 Work At
383|Home I

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income assembling CD
cases at home. No expe-
rience necessary. Start
immediately. 1-800-267
-3944 ext117 www.easy-
work-greatpay.com
2getstarted.com Own a
computer? Work from
home. $500-$4,700 extra
income. Will train. Free
details.
$990-$2320 Weekly Pos-
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Genuine opportunity.
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WORK from home fun &
easy for more info call
813-659-9136
391-399
Education

1396 I Schools
ADULT HIGH SCHOOL DI-
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weeks. Nationally ac-
credited Christian
school since 1971. Total
tuition $399/easy pay-
ment plan. Free bro-
chure 1-800-470-4723
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it our web site @
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TIONAL SCHOOL FOR
JEWELERS "**5-Day Pro-
grams** Jewelry repair,
diamond setting de-
sign/casting. catalog.
1-800-843-3409 www.ste-
wartsintlschool.com
EARN Degree online from
home. "Business, *Para-
legal, *Computers. Job
Placement Assistance.
Computer & Financial
aid if qualify. (866)858-
2121 www.tidewaterte-
chonline.com
HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA!!
Graduate in 4 weeks!
Free brochure. Call Now
1-800-532-6546 Ext. 800
www.continentalaca-
demy.com
400-499
Merchandise

1400 | Misc for Sale |
AIR CONDITIONER- Cen-
tral cool/heat, still in
box, for mobile home or
house. Fac wrnty. $895
813-643-9989 call 24/7
SHOPPING MADE EASY
That's Classified's prom-
ise! Classified delivers!
AQUARIUM, like new, 110
gal, Oak stand & canopy.
All lights, filters, $4000
new, Ready to use, Sell
$850 813-227-8586
BABY AFGHANS
Crochet $50.-$75
Also will do ironing by the
piece. 752-4251
BATHTUB REFINISHNG.
RenewChange -Color.
Tub, Tile, Sink& Chip Re-
pair. Commercial & Res-
idential. 5 yrs. Warranty
Quick Response, Insured.
Serving Florida Over
10yrs. 'Florida's Tub
Doctor" 1-888-686-9005
BOUTIQUE clearance, ev-
erything must gou All
merchandise & furni-
ture. 1540 S. Dale Mabry
Hwy, Store hrs Tues thru
Sat 10-6.813-251-1734
Spot Advertising Works
DIRECT FREE 3 ROOMS
SYSTEM installed &
delivered free. Say good-
bye to cable forever + 3
months FREE HBO/CI-
NEMAX. Call
1-800-694-8644.
www.dtv2day.com
DVD Players TVs com-
puters etc! Police
seized from $10. For info
($1.95 shipping)
1-800-769-5889 P28S.
New wood crafts,
Wheels, spindles,
shaker pegs, etc. Cost
$14,000; Sell $5,000
352-746-3997
Washer & Dryer,
Whirlpool $300. Riding
mower MTD, 12HP/42"
runs, needs work $200.
Push mower, 3.5HP 20"
$50.813-891-4146
All TEMPUR Orthopedic
Memory Foam NASA
Mattresses, warranty.
Cost $1995 must sell,
$399Q, $499K. All sizes &
sets available. Shipped
anywhere! 813-493-1222
727-733-9334, Toll Free
1-866-476-0289 Visit
website 20% off!
www.swedishbed-
ding.com
EXPRESS LONG Distance-
Moving to New ork. New
England & all states n
between. Customer r,ited
A.+ Air r'de trucks. Fre'
estimates & friendly
service. Relocation Spe-
cialists Lic. #MC299938
1-800-941-3767
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SUPER



SAVERS




14111 Super Savers
ANTIQUE COMBINATION
SAFE $250.
813-716-0751.
BED qz complete
w/spring & mattress
$25 0813-716-0751.
Chrysler LS Sedan for
parts No title $200.
50-0021 or 967-2657
CURTAINS, country dou-
ble sz New $300. Sell
$50. Like New 754-3325
DOG Crate Ex Large, for
training,, like new.
$40 OBO 813-737-5537
GLASS door for 5' tub, ex-
cellent condition. $35.
813-737-1385
GOLF clubs, ladies vin-
tage/wilson comppull
cart$50. 759-2840
RUG 5X8 blue floral. New
$200. Sell $50. Like New
13-754-3325
SEWING MACHINE WITH
CASE $85.00.
813-716-0751.
SPALDING left handed
Golf clubs/bags & ex-
tras $150.719-6384


1400 | Misc for Sale I
ALMOST New salon styl-
ing chairs and shampoo
chairs, coke machine
and candy machine, etc.
813-988-8031
i Misc.
400A Wanted
Cash for costume
jewelry. Old photos
fishing equip, model
airplane parts, Anything
old. 813-685-5540
WANTED!
DTV/Dish Network
Will pay cash & pickup.
813-786-3006
WANTED: 20 HOMES to
Show Off Our New Life-
time Exterior Paint. Call
Now to See if Your Home
Qualifies 1-800-672-7114,
(Lic#CBC010111)
$ NEED CASH?$
We Sell For You On
eBay
Sell Your Unwanted Items
CallA.J 813-353 1829
ALWAYS BUYING. I item
or house full, Antiques,
Collectibles, Furn., &
Misc. Prompt Service.
813-719-6336,659-2412
$$ PAID for all types of
jewelry & silver/gold
merchandise. Watches.
Anything of value! Call
Sam 7277804-7463
WE BUY
SAFES
Opened or locked
Hillsborough Lock& Key
813-935-5920
I BUY SPORTS CARDS &
ENTIRE COLLECTIONS
Baseball, football,
hockey, etc. Pay top
dollar. 863-815-9343
14011 Auctions
PIERCE CO.
SATILLA RIVER

AUCTION
797 acres w/2 MILES
OF RIVER FRONTAGE,
PLANTED PINES,
EXCELLENT FISHING &
HUNTING OFFERED IN 6
TRACTS & AS A WHOLE
FREE COLOR BROCHURE
800-334-9724
www.professional
auctioneers.com
Professional
Auctioneers Inc
GAL#C1409 FAL#AB290
LAND & GROVE AUCTION!
Lake Placid, FL 11AM,
Sat. Mar 26, 443.9 + /-
total acres. 3 tracts of-
fered in 16 parcels. Pre-
view 1-5pm Sat March
19. Call for details:
(800)257-4161. Higgen-
botham Auctioneers
www.higgenboth-
am.com ME Higgen-
botham, CAI FL Lic#
AU305/AB158.
Myers Americana
Auction Sun 3/13 at Noon
Prey: Sat 10-6, Sun 10-12
500+ American Antiques
1600 4th St N StL Pete, FL
All welcomeab521au1129
727.823.3249 Catalog at
www.myersfineart.com
GOVERNMENT AUCTION-
520 acres in Columbia
SC area- Horse training
facility and other acre-
age.Date: March 24,
2005. Visit: www.us-
treas. ov/auctions/irs
for further details.
I Antiques I
402I Collectibles

Antique Mahogany
Eastlake Settee w/2
Chairs, $1500.
813-505-6846

JUKEBOXES 1957 Seeburg
Jukebox and 1976 Rock-
o-la Jukebox, both need
work. Damaged by Hur-
ricane Frances and
moldy. WSS. Price is
each. $250 (352)
628-1062
LIONEL TRAINS & Others.
Bought & sold. New &
used. All gauges.
813-677-5008


PRIVATE

COLLECTOR
BUYING
*ANTIQUE GUNS
*SHOTGUNS
RIFLES PISTOLS
SWORDS DAGGERS
ALL MILITARY ITEMS
CALL DAVE
1-888-919-4414
WANTED
OLD ORIENTAL ART
High-end Asian art & lac-
quer boxes, cloisonne,
Imperial ceramics, Ko-
rean ceramics, Tiffany's
studio items, American
arts & crafts, high-end
English porcelain, high-
quality silver items.
CASH PAID727-542-9993
14061 Jewelry I
Platinum Ring w/1.58 ct.
RB + two .82 ct. pear
shape, 3.22 cttw, apr @
$17,800, asking $9500.
813-391-4229
RING- 1 Carat Diamond
Engagement ring, 6
prong setting has all
paperwork certified ap-
praisal at $4,300 selling
$3.000.813-654-1257


14061 Jewelry |
RING Lady 14KT, 1.03CT,
round brilliant, I color,
12 clarity. Appraised at
$2,795. Asking $1100
OB6.813-650-0610
1407 | Diamonds
DIAMOND, 2.02CT, Sll
Clarity, gorgeous,
appraised@ $39,950
sacrifice@ $7,200
727-545-4299
Diamond Platinum Ring,
amazing 3.35ct, center
stone 2.01 ct, certified
appraised @ $17K, must
sell $8800,866-484-5723
Princess cut 1.12ct, color
H Clarity VVS2, appd
$8700, asking 3600, all
reasonable oilers con-
sidered. 813-795-1270
Wedding Set, Ladies LDS
.85 CTW and 14K YG. 1
Pear-shaped Diamond
w/4 round Diamonds on
each side. Appr. $4,600.
Asking $2,600.
Call 863-860-3060
408 Stamps -
408 1Coins-Books
COINS, Currency Bullion.
Buy Sell Trade Coin
Werx. Big Top Flea
Market D211 Sat & Sun
9a-4p 813-601-6940
Coins-Currency BUYING!
Tampa's Oldest Coin
Store. Top Dollar Paid,
Cash. 5802 N Armenia
813-879-6670
Rid your garage of bugs -
VW Bugs at is! Place
your adin autosforsale,
class 649.
WE BUY COINS!
Buying. selling, trading!
Over 38yrs exp. Buying
Silver & Gold coins. We
pay top $$.813-792-2493
or 727-455-6196
1410| Furniture
ACCESSORIES/ACCENT
FURNITURE
All mayor manufactures.
Bedroom, Casual &
Formal Dining, Chairs,
Mattresses, Sofa/
Theater seating,
Pictures, mirrors,
Vanities. Mention
this ad for wholesale
S direct pricing.
Iogansfumiture.com
4315 East Columbus Dr.
Off exit 21-4
813-6304744
ACCESSORIES
FURNITURE
Floor Model Sale
Top quality bedrooms.
Casual & formal DR. Ent.
ctr. Leather LR. Occass.
tbis. Memory foam matt
& vanities. Several top
name mfgs. www.elite
wholesalefurniture.us
Open 10-6 M-Sat.
4415 N. Clark Ave.
813-871-1477

it BED$100
A brand New brand name,
inner springs, full or
queen, orthopedic pil-
low top mattress set.
New in plastic w/wrty
Can deliver. 363-0097
BED $100
A brand new matt & box
set, still in plastic. Can
deliver. 813-926-8507

BED $175 QUEEN
A dbl sided pillow top
matt. set New in plastic
w/ warr. Can deliver
813-478-8995 -
i- BED$185KING
A brand name orthopedic
pillow top mattress set.
New in plastic w/wrty
Can deliver. 363-0097
Tampa/Brandon area
CLASSIFIED WORKS
BED $299 KING
A dbl sided pillow top
matt set. New in plastic
w/warr Can deliver.
813-727-5223

it BED$3001h
Memory Foam Mattress,
10", developed by NASA,
as seen on TV. 20yr.
warranty, new in plastic.
Can deliver. 813-363-0097
BED 50%-80% OFF
'04 CLEARANCE
Pillowtops, Quilted,
Plush, Memory Foam.
Prices starting at $175.
813-380-6021
YWESELLWHATYV
VYWEADVERTISElvY
it BEDSET$298
21"thick pillow top
Mattress Set. 20 yr.
warranty. 100% brand
new in plastic. Can
deliver. Call 813-363-0097
BEDROOM $1550
A solid wood Qn/Kg set,
dresser, mirror, 2 nite
stands & chest. Still
boxed. Retail $5K. Can
Deliver 813-926-8507
BEDROOM SET 5 piece
early 1950's danish
modern. $1400.
813-243-0437 or
813-831-1564.
Bedroom set, Cherry
finish, 7-pcs, Qn bed
w/hdbd, dresser w/rd
mir, chest, 2 nt stds, like
new $590 obo.
813-920-4836.404-5652


1410 I Furniture |
BEDS AAA+ TEMPUR
Ortho-PEDICNasa
Memory Foam Mattress.
As on TV 10 Yr WTY
Q cost $1699 sell $399,
K cost 31899sell$499
Can Deliver Statewide!
All Sizes Avail + P. Tops
AIR & ADJUSTABLE @
WHOLESALE Prices
SWEDISHBEDDING.COM
813-493-1222
727-733-9334
866-476-0289 ANYTIME!
Chair Interactive Health
perfect chair, 0 gravity
recliner, dk grn Ithr,
w/walnut wd finish. 2
mo. $899.813-220-5856
CHAIRS, 4 new Italian
high-back leather and
Lacquer Dining Chairs.
Brand new $450 OBO.
Call 813-879-3187
CRIB, Infant, Childcraft,
Beige color, new mat-
tress with Dresser and
Changing Table. $490.
Mint. Call Cell
813-486-8908
it DAY BED $250
Complete with frame, 2
mattresses, trundle, all
new in boxes. Can deliv-
er. 813-363-0097
DAYBED
Complete w/pop-up
trundle & 2 twin matts.
never used, sacrifice
$275 can del 813-926-8507
DINING RM Tbl ext to 96"
w/3 leaves, custom pad,
2 arm & 4 side chairs,
buffet & hutch. Maple
$1250 813-839-0867
Classified is the perfect
forum for reaching
readers looking for the
pleasures and treasures
that Garage & Yard
Sales provide-not to
mention the bargains!
Set your Garage Sale
date and call and place
your ad in Classified!
DINING ROOM set, table
w/2 12in leaves, custom
pads & 6 chairs. Buffet&
lighted hutch. $1,500.
Call 813-907-0886
DINING Room Set, Cherry
Table, Leaf, 6 Chairs, &
lighted China Cabinet.
Excellent cond., must
sell $950.813-805-9007
Dining table & 8 chairs,
Cherry, Bassett. 100%
made USA. 40x68/92
w/2 leaves $1200.
Sideboard, curly Maple
frm same design $200
obo. FREE delivery
813-779-3271
ENTERTAINMENT CTR
Solid Pine, w/Display
Ends Lt Cherry, Ex
Cond. $400 (813)
832-5292
it FUTON$200
Oak with extra thick
mattress. New in boxes.
Can deliver. 813-363-0097
FUTON
Medium oak, honey fin-
ish, 9 layer matt, new in
box, cost $625, sell $285
813-293-1743
Hutches 2 Lg Vintage
Ethan Allen, drk wd mint
cond., $650 each. 1 Scan
Design Contemporary
TeakTable/6 chairs lIk
uphol)Pd. $3800. Asking
$800.1 Vintage Hawood
/Wake Hutch Table, & 4
Chairs. Mint $700.1
Futon-Med Oak, Queen
$200.2 Black leather
oversized chairs w/
ottoman $200 ea. 1 Lrg
stone square coffee table
$150. Call 813-967-1907
You can unload your
washer with an ad in ap-
pliances, class 416.
MATTRESS $125
A brand name, full or qn
pillowtop Mattress Set,
King $195, new in plas-
tic with warranty. Can
deliver. 813-363-0097
MATTRESS Memory
Foam As seen on TV.
ueen,$350. King, $450.
Small 813-920-2250 or
727-376-4616
MATTRESSDR.COM
WholesaleShowroom
7924 W. Hillsb. Best
Prices. TEMPUR-PEDIC,
Mem. Foam, Adjustibles
& Air. 813-889-9020
POOL TABLE $1250
4'x8' Pro Series, solid
wood, 1" slate, leather
pockets, K-66 rails Ball
and Claw feet, Worth 5K.
Lifetime warranty.
Can deliver & set-up.
813-363-0097
RUSTIC ARMOIRE/COF-
FEE TABLE armoire can
be used fortyv. Paid over
$1,000.00 for the ar-
moire alone. Two Beau-
tiful pieces, very hard to
part with! $750 OBO,
(813)789-0863
SALE! Wicker Dining rm,
Living & Bedrm Sets.
Patio furniture, accesso-
ries & gifts. Call Forever
Wicker 813-948-4802
SOFA 2 wk old Rooms to
Go Walden sofa, paid
$600, sell $450. Deep
expresso brown color
w/suede soft finish.
813-805-0044.
SOFA BED Queen $450,
Lazy Boy, Beigew/Burg
design Design, like new
originally $1,300 Call
813-961-7101


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1410 I Furniture I

WHOLESALE
TO THE PUBLIC
full boxspring/matt. $159
4 pc set Dresser/Mirror,
4 Drawer Chest, Head-
board_........... $289.
Bunk Beds.......... $195.
Sofa & Loveseat, Metro
Fiber Fabric, Earthtones
...............$495.
B&B OUTLET
115S. EVERS ST
PLANT CITY
813-759-8864
Lazy Boy, 2 rocker
recliners, Navy Blue,
upgraded Ithr. Pd $1100
ea. Asking $550 ea. Exc
cond. 813-948-6039
FURNITURE
Broyhill Br, 'Fontana'
$990. 'Pleasant Isle'
$1190. Bassett all Leath-
er, Sofa & Loveseat
$1390. Din rm set, w/chi-
na $1750. Deluxe ortho-
pedic matt set, $325, 2
mo new. 727-725-2708
14161 Appliances I
AIR CONDITIONER- Cen-
tral cool/heat, still in
box, for mobile home or
house. Fac wrnty. $895
813-643-9989 call 24/7
Applianceg-Absolute
Lowest $ Guaranteed.
Delivery. Woody's
Appliances, $74.50,up.
7604 Broadway626-7787
8307 Armenia 933-8288.
APPLIANCES BEST PRIC-
ES IN TOWN! Large se-
lection of washers, dry-
ers, stoves & refrigera-
tors. $79.50 & up. War-
ranty & delivery in lim-
its. Don't gamble, know
dyour dealer! 45yrs exp!
7604Broadway 626-7787
8307 Armenia 933-8288.
**APPLIANCES **
USED WITH WARRANTY
From $99*
AUTHORIZED MAYTAG
4000 W. Kennedy
281-0777
PARTS TODAY
11900 N. Nebraska
972-4242
Mom & Pops Applianc-
es, $75 & up W/D Stove
& Refr. 1001 430thSt.
Free Delivery
813-632-9620; 335-5788
WASHER & DRYER
$200 and Up for Set.
$100-Up each.
Guaranteed, Can Delivery
813-382-8615

WASHER OR DRYER
$100 Great condition
Can deliver w/warranty.
Don 813-300-6714

418 Air
418 Conditioners

AC/HEAT PUMP Systems
Winter Clearance
new in box with
factory warranty @
wholesale prices.
Example: Split 2ton $726
3ton $825 4ton $1055,
Free Delivery,
352-302-2879
Pre Season Special! A/C
new in box. 5 yr Fact
Warrty All Homes, Siz-
es: M.Homes, 2-ton
$840, 2/2 -ton $890,- 3-
ton $940, *3V/2 -ton $1020
Prof. Install Lic RMOO-
31291 813/453-9033


4181 Conditioners

NEW ** S/DENT
RECONDITIONED UNITS
You Deserve the Best
Prices, Service & In-
stalls. We Do It RightThe
First Time! #RA0039944
REMINGTON AIR 971-2206
Used Mobile Home &Cen-
tral Systems. 2-5 tons.
$200 & up w/warranty.
Can Install. Repair work
also. NTA CAC 1813656.
813-748-9265 907-3838
CENTRAL HEAT & AIR
Mobile Home unit, in ex-
cellent condition, can
demonstrate, $350. Call
W 813-486-3642f

420 Instruments

Alto Sax Madness!
Buescher 400 Tophat,
Conn 6M Naked Lady &
Fantastic Martin Exc
Best offers 727-525-2243
Classified Ads Prices
well within sight.,A se-
lection that's just right!
Amps, DJ Equip, Speakers
Wireless Mics, Lilghting,
Best Rental Selection in
Bay Area. Ask about our
do it yourself DJ pkg.
Beamworks Inc. Rentals
& Sales. (813)855-0709
beamworksinc.com

BASS & GUITARS
BAY AREA'S BEST!
NEW USED -VINTAGE
REPAIRS LESSONS
BUY-SELL-TRADE
LEGENDS* 813-348-0688 .

DRUMS* DRUMS
AJ's Pro Percussion
New- Used Vintage
Drum Lessons
We Buy Drums Anything
Call AJ. 813-353-1829
GUITAR NEEDED!: I just
have to scare up an old
Gibson or Martin acous-
tic. I'll pay cash, drive to
look and consider any
condition. How about it?
727-367-3474
Spot Advertising Works
PIANO'S Steinway L, Exc
Cond, $17,000; Yamaha
Baby Grand, sounds &
plays great $5500.
727-542-0132
PIANO SALE
Specials/Close Outs
Most Popular Brands
Incl. CD Player Grands
Owner/Operator 27 Yrs
Best Prices & Value
Call 813-855-1227
PIANO, Sohmer baby
grand, built by Mason &
camln, walnut, exc.
cond. $2800
727-542-0132
Roland V-Drums Pro Kit
10 pc TD-10 brain. Great
Condition, barely used.
$1500 813-684-8562
VIOLINS New $100 Ger-
man $150. Viola $150.
Cellos $319. Cases &
Bows. Mandolins $120.
Guitars $150. Trumpets
Clarinets & Flutes $199
Del avail 727-945-9427
Low cost, expert repairs
422 Sewing
4" Machines
Upholstery machine Fast
$800; New Riczar 4
thread surfer $500;
Bounty metal detector
$150813-754-4394


IEL EVEn|



Brandon 1020 Kings Ave.
Brandon 1531 E. Brandon Blvd.
Dover 12902 Newsome Rd.
Gibsonton 13150 U.S. Hwy. 41
Land 0' Lakes 2400 Land 0' Lakes Blvd.
Lithia 13411 FishHawk
Lutz 18902 N. Dale Mabry Hwy.
Lutz 23512 S.R. 54
Plant City 2401 John Redman Pkwy.
Riverview -11015 Bloomingdale Ave.
Riverview 13220 S. U.S. 301
Riverview 9817 S. U.S. 301
Riverview 3603 S. Faulkenburg Rd.
Valrico 3629 E. S.R. 60
Wesley Chapel 27219 S.R. 54
Zephyrhills 38544 5th Ave.


42 Radio, TV, &
424 Stereo I
FREE 4-ROOM DIRECT
SYSTEM includes stan-
dard installation. 2
MONTHS FREE HBO & Ci-
nemax! Access to over
225 channels! Limited
time offer, S&H. Restric-
tions apply 866-500-4056
FREE 4-ROOM DIRECT
SYSTEM incl. installa-
tion. 3 months Free 50+
premium Channels! Ac-
cess to over 225 chan-
nels! Limited time offer.
S&H restrictions apply.
1-806-260-2813
FREE 4-ROOM DIRECT
SYSTEM Including Stan-
dard Installation! Over
50 Premium Channels
for 3 months free! Limit-
ed Time Offer. S&H,
Conditions apply.
1-800-823-8595
HOME PHONE DISCON-
NECTED? Get Recon-
nected Fast! Or Call Be-
fore Disconnection.
From $29.99/mo. No De-
posit, No Credit Check.
Guaranteed Approval.
1-866-447-2489 Ameri-
can DialTone, Connect-
ing Customers Since
1999 Se Habla Espanol
I WANT TO BUY any audio
& video electronics;
Bose, Macintosh, Krell,
any manufacturer Cash.
727-643-6661
NO PHONE SERVICE? Get
Reconnected Quickly!
Basic Service $24.95/mo
Long Distance Plans
available, no deposit.
Transfer service- keep
same number 1/888-467-
8286 & 1/800-813-9235
Instatone. Se Habla Es-
panol. $24.95/mo basic
service. 8am-8pm
SPEAKERS pr. Stratovar-
ius fir stdg, comp. re-
stored, beautiful wood
finish, very good cond
$550 obo. 863-648-1692

TV, Sony 36" Wega flat
scr. 1yr old exc. picture
$650 813-494-2407

Jesse Dollar Sales. New&
used merchandise be-
low wholesale. TVs ste-
reos, Panasonic tele-
phones, cell phones &
other household items.
10018 N. 30th St., Tampa
33612.813-975-2829.
I WANT TO BUY non-
working Big Screen
Televisions. Please
Call 813-986-1229

1427 1 Electronics
VIDEO GAMES NEW and
PRE-OWNED video
games! XBox Playsta-
tion, Gamecube Games
and Accessories at
www.ginkagames.com
(352) 585-6330

428 Equip.

Diabetes? Medicare pays
for diabetestestingsup-
plies for qualified bene-
ficiaries. Liberty deliv-
ers them to your door.
No shipping. Satisfaction
guaranteed. Deduct-
ibles apply. Call
1-800-308-5770
You can unload your
washer with an ad in ap-
pliances, class 416.


428 Medical
428 Equip.

HOVEROUND MPV4, nev-
er used. Grey leather,
hand control does it all,
inci charger $5000/OBO
813-621-6598
M E D I C A R E
DIABETICS-FREE
METER!!! No cost
Diabetes Supplies.
DIABETIC SHOES. No
Cost to You!!! Join
Diabetes Care Club.
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1-800-316-6391.
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NEW MOTORIZED
WHEELCHAIRS "No
Cost" if Eligible. Scooter
Type / Hospital Beds /
Manual Chairs. We Ac-
cept Medicare & Private
Insurance. Free Delivery
Helping Hands Medical
Equipment Call Toll Free
1-877-667-7088. Habla-
mos Espanol
Power Adjustable Bed
Maxwell Full XL, $500
obo; Power Lift Chair,
mauve, $250 obo. Both
exc cond. 813-245-6868

SCOOTER
Rally, Never Used
Paid $3500, Sell $1400
813-843-3960
ABSOLUTELY NO cost to
you. New power wheel-
chairs and scooters. Call
us toll free 1/800-843-
9199 Day/Night to see if
you qualify
I office Equip I
430 & Furniture

40 Knoll Morrison
Workstations 6x6,48"H,
2 Shelves BBF FF, Blue,
$695 each. Also Used
Files, Seating, Cubicles
And More! Low Prices!
3 727-647-18531
500 CUBICLES,
Knoll & Hayworth.
All Sizes. Lowest Price.
Gray. Excellent Condition
Call Chuck 813-966-1072
Arm Chairs Desks Files
Used Office Furniture
Specialist. Commercial
Q~ty. At wholesale pric-
es!! EOF 813-877-9400
Bookcases, Chairs,
Desks, Files, Conf.
Tables, All In Stock HON
Chairs 50%+ 20%OFF.
635.9255 / 5414 N 56th
Business Phone Systems
New & Used, Installed
1 Year Warranty, AT&T,
Norstar, voice mail.
20 yrs exp. 813-985-5011
Chairs! Chairs! Chairs!
Over 500 used chairs in
stock. Multi functional
mid bck chair $59- much
more! EOF 813-877-9317
Cubicles-6'x6' Concensus
Al condition $499.00
6'x 7' Steelcase 2 yrs.
new $699.00
877-9400
Desks! Files! Chairs!
Largest quality selection
in TampaBay area!!
Unbeatable $$! E.O.F.
813-877-9317 "
Digital Copier, digital, exc
condition, verylow me-
ter, $495.727-461-4701
www.copyfax2.com
Files *Files* Files
Commercial Grade & QIty
5 Drawer Lat. Files $200
4 Drwr Vert. $49 like new
EOF 813-877-9400


Tampa 5604 N. Hesperides
Tampa 5001 Memorial Hwy.
Tampa 8801 Memorial Hwy.
Tampa 10601 Sheldon Rd.
Tampa 12049 W. Linebaugh Ave.
Tampa 6008 W. Linebaugh Ave.
Tampa 4901 W. Linebaugh Ave.
Tampa 2301 W. Linebaugh Ave.
Tampa 13151 Race Track Rd.
Tampa 8305 W. Hillsborough Ave.
Tampa 7124 N. Dale Mabry Hwy.
Tampa -11211 N. Dale Mabry Hwy.
Tampa 5616 S. Dale Mabry Hwy.
Tampa 311 E. Davis Blvd.
Tampa 5125 W. Cypress St.
Tampa 17621 Bruce B. Downs Blvd.
Tampa 5102 Pointe of Tampa Way
Tampa 7301 Temple Terrace Hwy.
Tampa 3698 Gandy Blvd.
Tampa 3444 W. Columbus Ave.
Tampa 3101 Gandy Blvd. & MacDill Ave.
Tampa 4301 Ehrlich Rd.


430 Office Equip.
& Furniture

NORTEL PHONE System
6 lines, 16 extensions, 10
telephones (Black)
$1,950 installed. Call
813-610-1982
OFFICE FURNITURE for
sale. Black contempo-
rary, barely used. Call
813-918-2705 for more
information.
We Buy Office Furniture!!
Top Dollar Paid $$$
Economy Office Furniture
813-877-9317
431 Computers &
431 Equipment

$99 Internet Ready
Computer. Laptops
starting at $149. New
systems starting at
$299.1031W. Busch
PC Services 931.4976
A NEW COMPUTER
BUT NO CASH?
You're APPROVED-
Guaranteed! NO
CREDIT CHECK- Bad
Credit- Bankruptcy OK.
1-800-420-0326
10A-9P EST Mon-Fri
*Checking Account
www.pcs4all.com
AMD 2200+ New PC $299
256mb Memory 40gb
Hard Drive CD-Burner
Network, USBs & more!
One Year PC Warranty.
ISORM: Mon-Sat 10 to 7
14918 North Florida Ave
(813) 264-0408
Computers-Rent To Own!
Bad Credit OK!
$12.25/week
www.ezpaypc.com
727-531-0788
Laptop Below Whole$ale
Dell, Compaq, Toshiba
Unlimited Wireless Net
New/Used. Starting $299
CALL 813-468-5278
www.buzztech.net
I3 Coommercial
432 Equipment

Pallet Rack System
Ends4.5'x12 $26.50ea.
Beams 8.5ft Long $11.
Grates42"x48"$8.
Call 813-571-9762
SHAVED ICE (Sno cone)
machine, 20-Block ice
maker, + other related
equip. Call
727-5 27-2644
VH1 Carpet Extractor
Vonschrader, $1100.
E/spirit upholst. clean-
er, $1100. Both low hrs.
352-686-1564 : 688-3867
I Restaurant/
43 Hotel Equip

Ca uccino Machine,
ltaan made, by Sotech,
like new pd $3400 ask-
ing $1500.941-342-6702
CONCESSION TRAILER
(New) loaded, state of
the art, All S/S. Tile fir,
404-663-9989 Moving
must sell. Ser inq. only
HOBART Mixers, Glass
Door Coolers Grills
Stoves, Pizza Ovens, &
walk-in coolers. Call
727-581-9293
HOT DOG KIOSK on trail-
er with canopy, frame,
and accessories. New
everything. $3,000 obo.
Call 813-969-4673
CLASSIFIED WORKS


Tampa 6016 Gunn Hwy.
Tampa -6845 N. 22nd St.
Tampa -10815 N. Nebraska Ave.
Tampa 3560 Waters Ave.
Tampa 4001 W. Waters Ave.
Tampa 5522 W. Waters Ave.
Tampa 2320 W. Waters Ave.
Tampa 824 W. Waters Ave.
Tampa 10843 N. 56th St.
Tampa 4943 E. Busch Blvd.
Tampa 5601 E. Fletcher Ave.
Tampa -8002 N 56th St.
Tampa 7711 Causeway Blvd.
Tampa 1902 N. U.S. 301
Tampa -1001 S. U.S. 301
Tampa 909 S. 78th St.
Tampa 702 50th St.




SEEKER PLUS


434 Restaurant/
Hotel Equip
ICE CREAM Soft Serve
Taylor #168 2 flavors +
twist & 24 flavor system
Ex Cond below Whole-
sale $6,000 941-926-1885
RESTAURANT EQUIP.
Deep Fryers
Refrigeration
*Ice Machines Bins
Gore's Appicances
Lakeland 863-686-5101
Walk-in Freezer, 8x16,
good panels, hp 1/6,
reon R22,22 amps, 5 yrs
warranty on new com-
pressor, $1500 obo.
813-833-6918.
Store
435 Fixtures-
Equipment
COOLER, Reach-in w/2
glass sliding doors. 3 ad-
justable shelves. Like
new. 6'H x 4'W. $650.
813-737-1521

DISPLAY CASES,
USED CLOTHES RACKS
SHELVES, COUNTERS.
WHSE FULL 813-886-8400
440 un ider's
440 Supplies

1 &2 American Oak Floor-
ing Wholesale from the
Original Guy who start-
ed in this section. I buy
flooring from all over
the world no Middle-
man. I have more prod-
ucts in stock than any-
one that will sell to the
public. Containers of
Wood, Laminate, Ce-
ramic starting at .99 sf.
Come where-the build-
ers & savvy buyers buy
flooring 1-813-918-2737
www.yeagerflooring.com
We also do expert Sand
& Finish work for your
worn out old lookin
floor, Call us and we'll
come right over to mea-
sure and make plans to
fill your needs. Yeager's
Nobody beats ourqual-
ity or service let alone
our price.
All Metals Roofing
Standing Seam, root
gkg, Galvalume-Plus,
nap-Lock Panels. Easy
to install, Visa/MC
accepted. 813-224-9060
CONCRETE BLOCKS
x8x16 $1/blk! other siz-
es materials, lentils
REBAR $7-20' Delivery
Available 813-363-3497

FLOORING
Prefinished oak still in
boxes, 2308sf. @ $2.25/sf.
Will split, 813-318-9056

FLOORING
Vertical Grain Bamboo
flooring, $2.99/sqft.
813-494-6544
GRANITE COUNTER TOPS
cut & polished, V/z" bull
nose, 8' long, 11/" thick,
$380ea & 8', W thick,
$280ea. 813-404-8787
LUMBER LIQUIDATORS
HARDWOOD FLOORING
from .99 cents Sq. Ft. Ex-
otips Oak bamboo, pre-
finisied & unfinished.
Bellawood w/50 year
prefinish, plus A lot
more! We Deliver any-
where, 5 Florida loca-
tions, 1-800-FLOORING
(356-6746)
METAL ROOFING: ALL
TYPES. Discount Pric-
ing! Buy Direct from
Manufacturer. Special-
izing in Commercial &
Residential Twenty (20)
colors with all accesso-
ries in stock. Quick turn-
around Save$$$ Call Toll
Free.1-888-393-0335.
METAL ROOFING SAVE
$$$ Buy Direct From
Manufacturer. 20 colors
in stock with all Accesso-
ries. Quick turn around!
Delivery Available. Toll
Free (888)393-0335.

MEXICANTILE*
ALLSIZES
FINISHED and RAW
813-884-6127* *
4 Patio & Deck
1441 Supplies

Concrete Pavers 2nds
from manufacturer
low price, Brooksville
call Sonya at
a3 352-799-7933 1

S444 Sheds &
Carport

.. .. .



24x24x9 $9,500
24x30x9 11,800
Both are enclosed
Concrete slabs, 36" door
&2- 7x8 garage doors inst
Other sizes avail
813-788-3501 713-2333
GARAGES, Barns, Car-
ports. Carports starting
$695 (12'x21') Galvanized
Steel. (2) Styles, 13 colors
to ChooseFrom. Free In-
stallation. Call for Free
Quote on any Size. Flori-
da Certified 20 year
Warranty Available.
386-985-3011. jcscar-
portsandgarages.com.
STEEL BUILDINGS, NEW!!!
Save Thousands
24x28 Sell $3,900.
36x40- Sell $7,800.
48x80 -Sell $14,900.
Call Liz 1-800-499-6401.


444 Sheds &
4 Carport
GARAGE/STORAGE
SHEDS 12x16, 7x8 gar.
door. 36" door Many
colors avail Del & setup
$3,400 813-713-2333
STEEL BUILDINGS. Facto-
ry Deals Save $$$.
40x60' tol00x200'. Ex-
ample: 50x100x12' is
$3.60/sf (800)658-2885
STEEL 18x21 Carport $695
installed; 18x21 Build-
ings from $2,375;
Calrfor More sizes
813-299-3798 *681-5468
ACCESSORY UTILITY
SHED Solid Built 8X8
Shed Must sell fast, May
Deliver $550 Make Offer
(218) 205-6649
ALL STEEL BUILDINGS!
YEAR-END SALE!
40X60, 50X100,70X200 Up
to 50% Off! Call Now!.!
Jane 1-800-205-431 9.
ROOF & SIDING METAL 3
cover, any length Galvin
or colored metal avail.
29 or 26'guage. Also avail
garage drs 813-713-2333
STEEL building 12x24 en-
closed, w/roll-up door.
New, must move. $3,800.
Call 813-677-0039

SHED, 8 x 12, wide door,
metal and wood. $800.
813-785-5310

449 Heavy Equip.
Forklift-Tampa Forklift
since 1974. Parts, Svc.
Rentals, New,Used
Sales & Racking. 3221 N.
40th St. 813-623-5251
Material Silos (4), 12' di-
ameter by 60 tall buy
one or all four.
813.719.8134
Sporting
450 Goods

ARCADE, Street Fighter II,
champion edition,
excellent condition, $750.
813-238-2521
ARGENTINA- Goose,
Duck, Dove, Perdiz, Pi-
geon, Big Game, Trout
Fishing. Bolivia, Uru-
D uay, uove, Pigeon,
fishing. Best bang for
the $ in the world. Sea-
son April-August 2005.
Weekdays 314-209-9800
Evenings 314-293-0610.
Colt SS CMDR .45, $680.
Colt SS OFFR .45, $699.
NAA Guardian 32 $349.
S&W 1911.45, $749. S&W
457 $399.813-685-2612
GUN, New 1911, 45s,
Sprngfid others, $375 -
$100IoMixof long / hand
guns $165 & up, 17-50
(813) 210-GUNS (4867)
Gun Safe Champion Sprt,
23cf, 30 min @1200 deg.,
570 lbs $799. Tampa
Safe Exchange, 303 W.
Waters 813-935-9800
GUN SALE!
New 380 $105- 1911 Al
299 9mm $115; 45 cal.
149. AK47 $345; SKS
1159. Call 813-754-1794

GUN SHOW
March 12th 9a-5p
March 13th 10a-3pm
Dade City
Pasco Co. Fairgrounds
36722 S.R. 52
New Used Buy
Sell -Trade
Carry permit class
7 mi. east of 1-75
Guy 727-776-3442
GUNS Great assortment.
Layaway, classes,
special orders. Females
to help females.
813-210-GUNS (4867)
HUNT CLUB Green Top
2015 acres, southern
zone. Membership $700
DublinGA
t 404-433-73421
HUNTING LEASE
MEMBERS WANTED-
Hamilton County, FL
$1,000 per member.
1-239-825-0418
Pistol: Kimber 1911, 45,
like new, classic
custom, Mat Black, SS
brl, 1 mag, all orig $640.
813-651-1106

POOL TABLE $1250
4'x8' Pro Series, solid
wood 1" slate, leather
rockets, K-66 rails,
Balpand Claw feet, Worth
5K. Lifetime warranty.
Can deliver & set-up.
813-363-0097

Pool Table 4x8
Pro Series 1"Tournament
slate, K66, 100% gum
rubber rails, diamond
sights, carved cabinet,
new in box, never used.
Cost $3200, sell $1350.
Can deliver.
813-293-7621
POOL TABLE, 8ft Pro, sol-.
id wood, no pressed
board, lm slate, Ithr
pockets, K-66 rails +
custom felt, still in
crate, 16 piece kit avail.
Cost $5K, sell $1250
Call 727-224-9196
POOL TABLE, Leasure
Bay, Moving need to
sell, $5,900table
will selI for $1,800
813-493-3337
Pool Table, professional
size, Slate, like new.
Call after 5.
352-683-4006


Goods
REVOLVER AND RIFLE,
45 Colt Uberti cowboy
equipment, $1275.
813-634-5783
SCUBA- New Underwater
Diving Action Adventure
Book- Islamorada Gold-
Set in the Florida key
now available at
Inkwood Books in Tampa.
1 I1 1 Exercise
451 Equipment

BOWFLEX MOTIVATOR
with all attachments
$825 obo 727-365-5574
or 727-365-6036

PRECOR COMMERCIAL
TREADMILL Model 934,
lessthan 10hrs use, ask-
ing $2999 new $4995.
Call 813-949-5398
4561 Health
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7 gal. (3-4 ft) $32
15 ga1.(4. -6 ft) $75
727-542-8362
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" Airport Rd, Plant City.
75Z-7676 #04710685
LIVE OAKS,
45 GAL, 4"CAL, 14'..$75
25GAL, 3" CAL, 12'..$50
15GAL, 2" CAL,8'..$25
748-8641 Reg #47220672
1480 | Dogs |
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AKC PoP, health certs.
Reduced $450 Cash
813-967-6330
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American Bulldogs
NKC, $300-$800. Too
many details to list.
Please call 352-243-2762
AMERICAN BULLDOGS, 8
wks old, vet checked,
NKCreg.$650-$1000.1 F,
6 M. 813-879-4007

AMERICAN BULLDOG mix
born 12/26, HIth cert.,
dewormed, 1 mon. Heart
guard Going to be huge
150 (863)381-3976
AUSTRAILIAN Cattle Dogs
red/blue, M/F shots,
health certs POP. Work-
ing stock. $250 863/581-
3847 or 863/285-9969
AUSTRALIAN SHEPHERD
MINI, Small, pretty &
loving. Guaranteed.
$350-$500
352-465-1496

BASSETT HOUND
puppies, AKC reg, health
certs P.O.P 5M, 2 F,
$400 ea. 352-793-8536
BEAGLE pups, AKC, six
males, shots, wormed,
hith certs, tri-color, per-
fectly marked, rdy 3/14.
$500ea 352-796-7627
BICHON PUPPIES, 8 wks
AKC, cute, hith certs,
must sell, $500 ea. Other
puppies available on
3/21 863-967-1475 or
863-258-7837
Bichon pups, (5) female,
AKC. Ready on 3/8.
$700/each.
863-533-7315/608-2342
BOSTON TERRIER PUPS
$400 cash. 1st shots, vet
checked, 8 wks old. 1st
come, 1st serve.
813-788-7731 Iv msg
BOSTON Terrier, AKC,
2 Male 3 Female, $500
each, Taking deposits,
Beautifully Marked,
813-263-8390
BOXER PUPPIES, AKC,
3M, 3F, brindle w/
White, parents on site,
hith crts,uppy shots,
$600.813-476-2403
BOXER PUPS-AKC, 4F,
3M, 1st shots & health
certs, fawn and flashy,
$550-$800. Ready 03/12.
Taking dep 813.265.4373
BOXER Pups, AKC, M & F
Flashy Fawn, 8 weeks,
Health certs, Big &
Bulky Champ Lines,
$550 & up. 813-363-5136



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Largest assortment of
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Club Pet Members get 1/2
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MANY Other Breeds Avail
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Complimentary Vet Exam
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7699 W. Waters Ave.
Near Waters & Hanley
M-Sat 11-9, Sun 12-6
813-249-8700
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SPANIEL pups, ACA,
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727-862-9060
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Available Now
Cavalier$900 $1,199.
Cockers, Cockpoos $650.
ShihTzu, $600-$700.
Maltipoo, $650-$1,300.
Pugs Toms Poodles $800
Yorkies T Cups $1,000-
$1400. Vaccinated & warr
River Hills City Pets.
813-653-4384
Lic # P05-077909
CHIHUAHUAS Rare blues
and also fawns, beauti-
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(813) 469-4123
CHINESE CRESTED pups
AKC 4 hairless 2 males
& 2 females, 1 puff male
Hith Cert. $500 to $800
(863) 646-4716 Aft 4p
CockerSpaniel Puppies,,3
buff males, 2 black fe-
males, health certs.
Wormed 1st shots, 8
wks. 813-363-4948.
CORGI PEMBROKE PUPS,
AKC, Credit Cards
accepted.
Call 352-523-1360
or 813-299-1626
DACHSHUND Mini AKC
health cert, vet
checked, SH, taking
deposits. $450-5500
813-977-4385, 298-8179.
DACHSHUND Puppies, 8,
Variety of colors,
AKC/CKC, health certs.
$450-$650
813-391-4578, 870-1997
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DOGS, all breeds all ag-
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352-585-3141
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champ (321) 454-3790


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6863-381-5 26 48 Cats calving now. 750 each. $36,900 obo has all the comforts of Auto/ Boat R $11,500.813-494-5321or
English Bulldog puppies Cail352-745-1645 813-994-9681.545-3115 NEW COLEMAN POPUP home. $18,000 OBO 727-934-131 813-886-6487
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shot alcolors, males& Free to good home. Spay- PLANT CITY 1314 E 12yrs, showhorsequali- taineer.460 Ford gas en- frig. For reservations 24'WELLCRAFT WA 2000 620 Engines, 4wd, door, loaded, one
females. 217-$1800.3 ed, neutered, somevac- Young, Sat3/2,7AMl ty, sound, good man- gine with bankssystem. ca Lynn813-546-1827 CuddI Head Sink Stove Parts & Misc n iion 16 4 0k m 00ood
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ear old, Black forest female, 9 wks $300 ant fMs WANTEDI! Horses, $5000. 3-622526 New$31K(813)64-8363 Complet motor, 51K TOYOTA 2002 Tacoma
ihme., 1free to good each.Vetchecked. REDUCED FOR UICK poniestack, trailers & Fowler & 1-75 25' Monterey Cruiser miles, mclude injector ExcCond,5spd,am/fm
81-5-3 Cash only. Call pm. SE EVERYtING equip. Top prices paid. 38' Dutchstar diesel nt /D pump, turbo and wirin cassette low mi. $9800
GERMANSHEPHERDPUP (727)47-1475 SALE EVERYTHING Goohome. Call Cyndi pusher, 300 Cummins, RV's/Boats etc.Security, 250HPvolvopenta, O/D harness.$3,000.454 BB 684-5106 after 4pm;
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shots wormed great 14821 Birds I PLANT CITY 324 S. Wig- in kitch & ba, central 813-986-3094 shape, must sell, poor RPM intake, oval port- YOTA 2002 TACOMA
with kds Housebroken. gins Rd Thur Fri & Sa Gentle vac, inverter, super C'wood RV/Boat storage heal Boat in -633 n, 52 heas, low miles ready 31k ato
Black & tan. $400obo AMAZON PARROT Marl0,l1&12,8:00til?. BlackAngus slide outm musnhmore Sec pkgw/24hraccess, $12,5008136339452 to bolt in. $1,200. edlnrsrrk o
813-389-3143 Dbl yellow shouldered Small Appliances, exc Hifersfor ale $110,000352-567-3736 bright night lighting & 27' Catamaran deck boat 813-598-5284 me rm slvr/blk ehro-xc
w/cage& large playpen, equip, bIke, cnIfdren Heifersforsale a h area. From 35 1995, all fiberglass, cus- me trim all 002 exc
GERMANSHEPHERD, .5rs old very tame & games, clothes& misc 813-267-8591 39',2004Winnebago Ad wash area. From 35 1995, all fiberglass, TO PART 150Muf- $16,00027) 225
AKC, BiSHPBonedgPups e&talgative,8 venturerr, 140 mi, 813-968-4991;505-2803 tom built by Lyncraft. flers, 45 tale1pipes $1+ ,003(7un)ra2-122
Adults,Rich Colors 727-3-0618 PLANT CITY 402 W. Ball Miniature Horses, AMHA 340hp work horse.HD South Bay RV & Boat pely rebuilt, new eaers O 1900 for 4dr, SR5 V6 warr ga-
Blacks, family oriented. St,Fri&SatMarll&12. Regqualit&crr chassis, fully loaded. Storage-Secure outside seats Xtop, 200 hp en- raheadesT2tep6bars alloTusa ,
$650 &up(94)809-6242 CONGO AFRIAN GRAY, BIG-BIG-SALE f M $109k.a352-854-7279 an cover storage neew trieax- a352-746-3997
Golden Doodles, CKC, Weaned on pellets. $750 age. Lots of nice things Offer!352-206-5284 40' 2001 Country Coach, SouthBa Storae.com e trailer, must see. Engines& Transmissions $19,500 35-848-1112
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gorgeous designer 813-205-6139or foreverone.8AMtil? BLACKANGUS loursofttras. e ended Swimming 30' Sun Tracker Pontoon upto3yrswarr.M-F9-5. Trucks-
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males. r, mal$500 863 a67 PLANY CITY, Walden &CHARLOISBULLS warran 39y 13.900. 580 Mwem4BBB813-907-5519 Heavy Duty
386-842-5983 Military Macaw, exqui- Lake, Forest Club Sec- Registered 94l-y94.-5,33 ools & Spas 200 showroom Aril 03 TIES 4 G ar Wran-
Golden Retriever P 100 cldi ale n,29 ve t, arClu2b Call352-745-1645 40'2002 Holiday Rambler A-1SPAS hardly used, warrant- gler215/7016w/fact. C4V 00H Ser.
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ies, AKC, carion equip. Other parrots 7:OOAM-1:00PM. RE- Horse, Paint Gelding, slide- soutsUltra clean, Winter Bargains! sures, alley bathroom, da Element like new dually, cabinchaise,60K
background onoth w/cages.813-416-0300 MODELING SALE,, GE Tobiano Bay, 16 plus Manyextras, $139K. 3-4seatspa,1299 sundecG sleeps 8, $450OBO.83-860-3061' mi. 00
premises, 695 fem 4 Exotic Appliances, Brand hands, 5 0rs old, OBO. 239-851-8584 seat spa w/waterfall& jt reduced $23,000. 863-09-5766
mses, ere 483fic Name Furniture. House- $250obo.83-241-5533 4TRANSMISSIONS ReBuilt
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now. 27-85-0926. stand. Comes w/150al I condo. $169,500. In Cent. NY MORE N SALE! dan, twin 318 Cu." Good Bob 813-610-7887 $3750.813-478-9180
v GOLDENDOOD LESo acrylic filter tanks. Farmer's Market 10 are f naue FL. 1-515-371-7521 HURRY! IN STOCK ONLY condition, air. Slip avail.
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B es k $ 110 x12 stalls, minutes to 40' BLUEBIRD 1992 rCove ers,$59 Mik (727) 204-7988 acry s with) ORD19893507.3L Die
ShedBoys&Girls, Vet BEARDEDDraons. Jue Fruits I show arenas and 1000s Wonderlodge loaded WEMOVESPAS like new P245/50R16s, sel A/C AT, lift gate, 14'
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423-920-1246 $45-$150 No tanks or Vegetables to Tampa. Full board 813-264-2262 SWcornerHwy 60&301 FiestaV,97hrs,twin5.0, 813-949-4331 tires. Exc. condition.
IRISH WOLFHOUND For lights. 813-737-1090 $250.352-793-4440. 0 813-623-9997W AC, gen, radar, GPS, full 9-4 tir e o. 813-918-1526
Br-Please leave msg.GnA+ POOLHEATERSFAC-canvas, like new Wheels (chrome) & tires $4,00obo.R813-918-1526
Breed, Rescue &Adop e eGREENS |527Haya&FGrain For Results ATOR HDIRECT:SolFAC- $99,900.1-770-331-3171 with Sumitomo 1sel,17bo 9m.
iW 7 Secretary papers, very affecon tMu l ndeor HAYarn Classified Ads Heat Pump or Gas. dom- 3' TIARA OPEN 2002 245-45ZR17. Like new. A/C, auto, $200 obo.
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ITALIAN Grey Hound, 13 (863)607-4449 RdorCal813-763-47 -75&H 52 turew/slides,00um quotes installation troncs,e tras,eCo ond 6 Utility FORD1996F250DieselExt
wks, F, fawn beautiful & Misc Pets I i 813-431-0 3 mings, too many fea- valabe in most areas. 329K 27-643-8122 Trailers Cab longbed, tow pkg,
very swee hots, life is 484 510 Farm qup. tures to list. 4 K mi. -800-333-9276ext.0. 40' Dorado 2002, center 4x4, gooseneck hitc,
us to busy. $250 Services Livestock $209,000.561-371-1274 www.TheEnergySuper console, full tower, 480 20' Enclosed/cargo trail- newautotrans181Kmi.
13-915-0223 TRACTOR 2004 KLBOTA Wanted Market.co Lic diesel, all options avail, er 3 months old, $10,000813-67-0959
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ups 15 wks d, short Canop And Stand, onl 25 sters. N COW S, Airstream Jayco Dealer inquiries wel- $167obo.727-505-3508 tandem axel, $4,600 FORD 2000F250
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JACK RUSSELL TERRIER, BIRD CAG Iron, many Horses& Ca941-737-7947, 1 65 ti fa International 1996
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www.lyeslabradors.com Pony-$500, Mini-$200, 562 Vehicles Dealer in Florida. CHEVY 1995 4x4 1500 capacity lift ate bed,
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wormedet cert. Block Table DR dn $100/mo. Man seat o pets, /per- 10' Jayco Po ss 12 hrs on new motor& 813-677-1300 $5900.813-689-9640 PTO unit. Sleeper, cd,
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edi r' T813-980-2743 w/erfora raier 585 CHEVY 1995 Silverado campertowing.$28,K.
grandparents on site. Exercise Bike, 13-649-1126 www. 22TOYOTA 1985 Shasta .3 -96- Storage 1500Ext 3'96 Protrak 41' dropeck
$600.352-307-0772 Microwave, Double suncitystables.com sleeps 4, fridge, stove, 1 Yamaha XL1200 Ltd OUTDOOR STORAGE all powerCD, auto.bed- dual tandem, new tires
LAB Retrievers awesome Bedroom Twin sucitysta smBeds, AC, windows galore, 17'-18' 1989 VIKING 1999Yamaha XLl200 Ltd OUTDOOR STORAGE l wer, toolbox, cean duw/sare, elec brakes
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ups ready 3/1 Step Ladder, Househol workshops, horse barns $5,900.813-633-0-480 w/anopy,3Gooo nd. hrs, Shorelander trailer 19 Hu son & Port ichey 01 sl k.
eathuctuertw/'hotsd& Misclleous. La20x209 2,60024'$1.sh8o1 $5390-- cover, life ackets.$3601 areas. RVs, boats, CHEVY 1996 2500HD SIL- tree hauling trailer.
AKC r.males &16 fr aeu s :20x30x9 149200 4 s90 yGeorgias By 2001 B -" .1 0" obo. 813-323-0056 autos, etc.$40+/mo. VERADO, EX, 1 owner, Will sell to863.964gether $32K.
00 813-6s &fem JOHNNYJONES *24x24x9 '203 Class C, Chevy chassis N at s I 813-866-5533 80k, exc cond loaded, 863-956-4465
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LABRADORS NCIY CAE 813-713-2333A7-35 e $7600. 813-835-0018 trailer, 2 push outs, 14'2004PONTOON boat 4 Storage-Secureoutside 197; 625-7197 ed, std trans, 136k
(5) 3FCINDY'SESTATESALEMany extras, new aw- stroke motor & trlr. 6n and covered storage. CHEVY 2000 Silverado, miles, new brakes &
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$275 edach.863-665-6285 1206 HaressWay Aluminum 2 horse burn- class C E350, clean, chrsl oc on-site 2B2 Li 941-355-3813 813-677-2000 Fully equip, low mi, exc 813-685-8499.
(De..ssert Hilisto Be-1r5 perrpull,n7.6efoot tlwih aredupger2sbmradges, Pie arkonatUS uSp.e RnV cnd,$9'800 1
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pies. betsat@acun.com couch, coffee, end & ood condition, good 27 Winnebago 1992, 65k neg.813-633-371 CC, trying motor, 24 hr acc. Reasonable V6 magnum, 5spd, ext
Cash9Please sofa this, lamps, res, new sareie, m, .AC, AM/FM Cass 23' TT 1988 AWARD elec- formance galv trailer, rates. 813-505-2803 cab, clean, runs&drives
941-322-9563 pictures desk & chr, $7,500.813-215-6499 Cruise control, tlt tricor gas, AC/H, nten- great cond, $4500. OUTDOOR STORAGE grtv.reliable$1800obo
Mastifs, Eng/Fila, ready cmp nterdesk Pruvia Passos, 18r steering, PS, PB, 2 way n microwave, stove & 813-909-1751 Benjamin Rd.,boats, 813-846-1451 961-5844
3/1, h ealth certs vacs 7 e old Mare, 1 yr old Phil y. Air 4000 wa en e- 1oolee 4' $4500. 16' 2002 Flats Boat RV's, auto, trucks. DODGE 1992 Ram D150,
fem, 6mal red brindle, &servr old Morer Bol QuarterIdg Airnwer, f tmrwa 2e813-752-2611 mi storage & live $40+/mo. Secured loc'n V6, auto, ong bed, no
& fawn w/black masks servev .iou BB Horse Mare, r old reg tir hitchelec steps, 27' 13 THOR ,clean, e,0230hp4-stroke 813-684-9171 AC, $250 obo FORD 1999 FI50 44,
$600.8sets,2patio fur BBQ dare 813-817-3232 6cyl auto, ps, ac,
$600.813-264-9240 frn TV Calen Trotter Por prices. old down TV stand re- goodcond, newstove tiller motor, 02 traier. Sea Pines Hudson Pvt. 813-817-3232 6y au s, ac
MINI PN, AKC Pupy, othestoolsmore! -9863770/3 declining seats coffee pwr src w/PullRite $3900813-310-4223 upto35'Boat.Pvt. park- teal color wagr a
Cocolat&Tan, lANNES ESTATE SALES maker Patio ntermt hitch 6000 080 16' tacrt A m 0 ng, deep canal. 50'to DODGE 2003 Ram 1500 ST, t fiberglasstbed
tiny & very cute.$75. sLVERBELLDR PIGMY Goats 3, Cntr, R autohrmtraid 813-917- with Trailer. 35hp open water. $6.00 per ft. V8, tow package, regu- cover, new transmis-
t &1v eSCC112IVERB D PIGMYeGoats, 3-F, Cntr, R autohrt/mtraidt 813-977-48&298-8179 16 iStarra 3nm r 0' t DO E20 5 nt., fibergass tiltbe
Call 813-842-9558 Friat3/11&12;8-2m $110/ea, 1 Reg.M- Best offer 813-309-8254 27' 1994 Wilderness, fully Johnson. depth finder 518-368-424 ar cab, lue, 22 mies a rain tre,
PIT BULL PUPS OnlI 3 PARKON BLUEWATERDR Pugmygoat, de-horned& 28' ALLEGRO 1997, self contained, owner and trolling moton,. $14,000. Call $7,260,813-931-8900
Left.Bi head&soid. Waterbed rcinrs DR neutered $ 109;1 o lung basement, awnings, privrear bdrm, roof.air, $1,500.813-650-8897 Marine 813-541-1181
AVe 1 nettse barstos, 79216or elecste nACwood ann exccondition. 171 220n01 Ac at 586Supplies& DODGE204RAM1 JEEP1978 CJ,304V8, new
A6Vet d.5$200 onettesebar stools, firs. pristine cond. $6400 obo. 813-285-1480 Center0 Console.C mm, TI Repairs reg cab,Blue,uto1low or 8 48best offer.4
(863)425-1007 Iove sea entctr, TVs,bl Horse, Reg Palamino, $24,900.813-839-1692 Sellyourcamerainasnap 2003 Jonnson s5d miles towpkg, edliner, or 813-318-2418
i sofa t sh drsofaess, china- 7yr old, bngeautul.bay and OUTHWIN 1994 wi tranadnclass426 Bombadiler Ba Boat. T-TOPSANODIZED exc cond. 15,000.

L Pd e da0 he1w/st, G arage tYard ordo fClass n 3yr 7$,kc,950om 2 PR E7-28-ouse 1 d32 u1-24-66Y4
AKCT TERRIER PUPPIES, w/buSales, Etc. 2002 Longhorn, 4 Horse $29,500 25-2411 model Queen Bed n rie csm cove 28 PONTOON TRAILER, 240-8700 2ndowne115mi.,excCanvas.
micro ipped, health Lane coffee & end 1-948-0258 or diesel pusher, Al llison .B $6500 bo8 140HP Boat $800.941-tires FORD 19988 F150 SUPER- JEEP 1985 CJ7 Orina-3197


319,g13-o833-.5919 2mlmenaneue r 17 $ O ...an od 13)5404Lots hAMOC6tee 4 M c e.WConditionHEVY 2004 Cargo Van,ew
certs TERRIER PUPSne, UKCI Mooratan &Rd. atio ture,ap $6,500.813-35-8 condcleanboatvewell su Tiller control, CAB 20" 813-886-8New engine a larm Tires nt, A-256 obo
$700 F13-996-1285 c478-6758kCllfor8del tilsr$37Kobo. airawning. $6500 or FWC engine FF VHF, www.aqua-shade.com r C
1292&Gaer d. nesartifi wood cabinet doors.make offer. veDFidovew, tires verymi cean C solid untr,10"lowered3-r,
cia plants, metal PFHA-PASOFINOe Double refigera- 32'813-689-6242 643-141 Kount Co1-31740256000 fullcover b alutt floreat cond BOAT TRAILER, r uns perfect. $18,50 obo813 -973-359 6 powered door, wheelchr
Puppes AKC Certified Etshlvng, sofas, cina- 7yr old, beauty ulbay andcel62-0 trailer. inexc cond. te-downscon-




ChampionnesBeauti- se hdbrd ftbrd, fu Fancy papered 16H bay er/dryer and more. Call owner, Must sell! Excel- 813- -1125 FORD 2003 F150 Lariat, version.737-92-1630
Pupal color w/blac in 4 s, 34' 685-16 BOUNDER 29MONARCH CAMPER 1-645-9070before7pm boat tandem 1997 F350CCDual-
813.662.259,D,717-3190171 E. 3yr Cevy fully loaded, dualOBO.813-757-6171 18'6" RANGER 370V, exc 813-b-9070 ly, 89,000 m Auto die-
Lic P0402440 I Garage, Yard oldfilly$ obo 6, camera ncond, 150XPEvinrude, sel, extras. 12,000 gNobo, CHEVY 2000 Express
i 00 499r tires17800 Verylean 29' PROWLER Bunkhouse 2cnd, 1 SoX p nDe Great Value (8131 G3500 Ext. Cargo. Van,
RAT TERRIER PUPPiES, Sales, Etc. 2002 Longhorn, 4.Horse $29,500 863-425-2411 model, Queen Bed in batteries, cstm cover 28' PONTOON TRAILER, 240-8700 2nd owner, 115Kmi., exc
, hea lth cer s qua s 4305 Church WAnt gooseneck with erb cond. Ext warr. front AC/H Cond 726-3139 (8 4251007 1986n $12,500813-655-8257






TOY POODLE PUPS, 4 DU.RANTN ThursFri &Sat N 3-6 126 354 1996 Holida RamS uSthwhl BD B2005 m se0obof813-873-8834 new tires, tandem axild8K .
males each avail. 30 1 BRANDON. Annual Ru dressing room. $5,0. ass(2 i Lg. Bath i, $950 FORD 1998 F- XLT 813-986-1709/874-3197K. Luxur loaded!
one phantom Poodl mage Sae, from Dur3,12.ant HS) Sm alHA welding, 10 rs iChe cassi, k s n o, I contaWnined, hil eep o s 19'1986 ANGLER CC 90 NISSAN 997 ckup (813)629-694
2p000. AKC registered Immanuel Luther-, Many, b ranch/tra ngus $2 new t0. fires and care, W/D,$25900Willdeliv- stove, fu size mmaculate.004 Cargo Van,
an Church2913items. Jon Calows. Al941-18-66so bk rearAngus excellent condition er863-52-2573 22KEYWEST Ctr console bath, for 2 con new tires, FORD2000 WindstarSEL,
RAT TERRIER PUPS, UKCI Moore Rdlist inclurniture, ap- $6,500. 813-35- 0 8 rote caes new, ce MOTOR 19992hp Tohat- i. M CD & AC. dual pwrrsthr, two
813-684-2202. Glasswarething, toys, Free Horse if boarded(850)878-2571/510-4854 EXTEND 30' AIRSTREAM '84 condclean boat, livewell su Tiller control, 20" 813-886-85 aarm, nt, A- con
You can unload your PARKYOUR CAR IN CLAS- Youll find value boar FAMILY? Place an ad in loaded, NADA $1500obo.8(941)93.80.66-60907 shartelectrici & fSo Ktake overpayments







washer wit h an a d in ap- SIFIEDand iseeittakeoff advertised in Classified class 480 and unleash asking $23,90 IT ... advertised in Classi.ed 863-871 -070
pliances, class 416. in the fast lane! each and every day some of th ion. $9500pups 748-9275; 941-3222 Spot Advertising Works GONETOMORROW813-238-718 4x4 Supercab. Power
352-591-2271 DOVER GARAGE SALE $1S/hr, $2S/day Call slide-outs. Natural Mariner 115hp bimin pack, V-8 Sspd,topper CHRYSLER 1999 Town N
92&Gallager Rd. now 813-649-1126 www. wood cabinet doors. top, cover, DF, live well, ENGINE, Mercury 200hp black,47Kmi exccond' Country,10"loweredflr,
RHODESIAN RIDGEBACK SatOnly 7am-? suncitystables.com Double refigera- 32' Kountry Comfort 2000 dual batt. great condo. offshore, runs perfect. $18,500 obo813-973-3596 owered door, wheelchr
Puppies AKC Certified Ethan Allen qu bedroom tor/freezer, wash- Fully self contained, 1 $6200,863-815-9343 12,500F 23 L i person. 17yr old con-
Champion lines Beauti- set, hdbrd, ftbrd, full Fancy papered 16H bay er/dryer and more. Call owner, Must sell! Excel- 813-962-1125 FORD 2003 FlS0 Lar tie-downs. 727-4 co-
ful. @ $1200.00 up. Call dresser w/mirror & TB mare 4yrsold, dead (813)685-1260 lent cond. $9250 obo. 21'1995BAYLINERCuddy Flairside, SuperCab, D e 27-4C2AV6NS
305-253-h116 shelves, (2) qu matt quiet, lovely gates, ,DCell: 559-469-6574 Cabin walkaround. Antique.1957 35hp 46L Leather, CaptainsDODGE2000CARAVANSE
SCHNAUZER, GIANT, femn, w/frames, 2 wood din- *ums2'6",verywiing, newmotorgfulRe440Dodtewh, "120hp Merc, looks & Evinrude with tank. 03Sbo0Mi.,$20,500 (8131 V6,7pass, all pwr A/C
SCHNAUZER'Ul rsreat. $9,900. Call $450.813-677-2010 24W-8778 cruise, tint,2slid.rs,
black 2yrsswet ing room table sets, 75obo.727-430-84 &equipped3ac's sleeps Kountry Star 2000 2 13-956-97572004 LIGHTNING, ew GYrires. cond
kind,loves children. All each w/6 chairs (1 an- West Pasco Horse Rescue 6 rear d exccond. sdes ae w/extras SailboatseFORD 0$4,950. 813-240-7510
s s chir.300 .To tique). Kitchen appli- horses for sale, paymt $6900obo.813.846.9043 Garaged. Exc. Cond. 21.5' MINT CONDITION black, 2,200 mi, full fac-
goodhome813.852.2013 ances, dishware, home plans ok. LessonsV trail35'205$31kobo863-422-6531 2000 Bayliner Capri 15' HOBBIE CAT NNNNNN tory warranty, cover & DODGE 2001 RAM 1500
decor items, computer rides, train oar 813 2000ItascaSuncruiser" 2150, Engie5.0 VG Sailboat, accessories $30,500. Conversion Van, loaded,
SILKY TERRIER-msrbons1//aler dsworkut CRs, 625-2S99.727-856-0732 35U, 39k mi, auto satel- 36' 2004 Praire Schooner VHF Fis Finder, Trailer $700 oCell 813-541-2302. still under warranty, ex-
papers bornt1/35 Wet Flex Plusworkout cross- lite dish, many extras. (FMS), self cont, 3 slides Incd $13,500 OBO (727) Forsaleortrade excellent condition,
ck, healthcertpetqua- trainiset 4305 Church WANTED:GOATS SHEEP Superb cond. Ext warr. 2 firepl. Immac Cond. 726-3139 (863)42S-1007 ISUZU 1986 speed trans- $12,500 813-655-8257
ity. 300. Plant City area PondPlace. LAMAS & CA'LE.TOO 1st offer over $64,995. Moving buino home. mission, 98k miles, car-
Call813-707-8635 813-759-0429 PRICES PAID. GOOD 813-731-0101 Mustsell.813-661-6963 22'1999 SeaproV2 10598 581Hou seboats I buretor needs a little FORD 1998 ECONOLINE
HOME. CALL CINDY e Johnson 15, railer lowb work. $1000. CONVERSION EXPLOR-
TOY POODLE PUPS 4 DURANTThurs.Fri&Sat NOW813-649-1126 35.5 1996 HolidayRam- 37'SthwhByDesgn2005 miles depthfiner, bm- 813-232-3943. ER LTD 83K mi V8-5 4L
males $750 each and 3/10-1Y, 6819 Pitt Rd. (2 blerEndeavorLe diesel, 3 slide out s, CMA, self ini cover 2 live wells. 44' AQUA MARINE 1985 2 37K. Luxury Loaded!
one Phantom Poodle biks from Durant HS) Small herd of blk Angus, kitchen slide, loaded, contained, sleeps 6, $10,000 813-817-9217 roof-A/C lbr, ba gas NISSAN 1997 pickup, (813)629-6924
$1000. AKC registered. Large yard sale, Many blk/wht face & Brangus new tires and carpet W/D $25,900 Will deliv- stove, ss fidga full size black, 76k miles exc
Has medical papers. many, many items. Too cows. Also blk Angus excellent condition. er863-526-2573 22'KEYWESTCtrconsole bath, nice rated for 2 cond new tires, 5 spd, FORD 2000 Windstar SEL,
More info call much to list including Bulls & feeder calves. $55,000 (813) 661-1569 40' Sth Wheel 1996 Car- CD, FF cushionkg., ex- 813-70 Call 813-434-545. tone, extra clean, all
813-684-2202. Glassware &Tools. (850)878-2571/510-4854 DID FIDO EXTEND T.HE riage.1Rare2BRs2slide C,, cushion ex- 813-n15-9748 C a111-44584 oEI, Missconary
DIID EXNDi THEAriage MRtrae trir. 1 owner bu pwr, CD. Missionary'
pliances, class 416. in the fast lane! each and every dayr some of those pups! 748-9275; 941-322-.9255~ Spot Advertising Works GONE TOMORROW! each and every day









16311 vans I
FORD 2000 Windstar SEL
84k mi, gold, leather, au-
to doors, 7 passenger,
great condition. $9500.
813-643-4070
GMC 1996 Safari Van AC,
7 passenger, good con-
d tion. $3200
Days: 813-932-3131
Eves: 813-907-0189
MAZDA 2001 MPV, clean
& runs good, 83K mi, V6
Gm ex tan int, front &
rear AC cruise, $12,900.
Call 813-468-0277
TOYOTA 1998 SIENNA XLE
70K mi., 7 passengers,
front & rear AC, V6,ully
loaded pwr everything,
extra clean, $9,950 firm.
Call 813-393-6208
TOYOTA 1999 SIENNA XLE
90 k mi, excellent cond.
Fully equipped CD, pwr.
side door, ua air.$11K
obo. 813-927-3602

632 sport utility
"' Vehicles
ACURA 2001 MDX, 53K mi
Silver, 3rd row, sun roof,
4WD, great condition.
Asking $21,000.
Call 813-988-4279
Chevy 1992 Suburban,
4x4, dual AC, tow pkg,
runs great, cold AC,
$4950.813-493-1564

CHEVY 1999 Suburban LT,
87K mi. exc. cond. Ithr,
front & rear air, tow pkg.
CD, all wr, eyless,
$12,400.813-269-8765
CHEVY 1999 Tahoe LT 4x4
White, with leather, 94K
miles, fully loaded, exc
condition. $9,999. Call
813-842-3529
Advertise in Classified
IT'S HERE TODAY....
GONE TOMORROW!
CHEVY 2002 SUBURBAN,
Z-71, 4X4, The ultimate
SUV! Orig owner, 27K
mi every option,
$18,850727-734-4350
CHRYSLER 2004 PACIFICA
blkw/blklthr,AWD,17"
chrome whis, fully loaded
w/dvd, smoke free, fact.
warranty. Below book @
$23,995.813.817.5466
DODGE 2002 Durango SLT
2WD Ithr fully loaded,
run boards, comply pwr
pkg, 36K mi. Orig owner.
15,500 813-892-9394
DODGE 2002 DURANGO
39k mi, 5.9L Metallic
Gray, Auto., 4AWD, full
power, dual ac, CD play-
er,3rd seat towing pkg,
must see $16,900 obo
(813)310-7555
FORD EXPLORER 1993 Ltd,
4x4 White w/beige Ithr,
sunrf, CD 170k, Nice
Condition. 3800
813-505-3503.
FORD 1996 Explorer XLT
4dr, New tran, all new
tires, new brakes, CD
system. Exc cond. 116k
mi. $4200.813-267-2428
FORD 1997 Expedition, Ed
Bauer, snrf, Black wall
options, 3rd row seat
130K miles $6,900. Call
813-758-0722
FORD 1998 EXPEDITION
Eddie Bauer 4WD, blue,
tan Ithr, 132K mi, loaded,
garage kept, 1 owner
$10,000 813-245-7799
FORD 1998 Explorer Sport
stndrd 71K blk tint, blk
out hdtall Igt c'vrs,
Xenon Airdamn Must sell
$5900obo 813-323-6570
CLASSIFIED WORKS
Ford 2002 SportTrack XLT
V6, 4dr, Ithr, bed liner,
sunrf, tow pkg tonneau,
CD. Garaged, exc cond.
$17,500.813-892-9603
FORD 2003 Expedition
Eddie Bauer Blue w/tan
leather ext warr 38.5k
mi. Loaded! MUST SELL!
$26,000. 813-817-8887
FORD 2003 EXPEDITION
Black/Tan Eddie Bauer-
loaded, Ithr pwr every-
thing, VERY CLEAN
22,000 mi, $26K (813)
294-5323
Ford 2003 Expedition
black, fully loaded, gray
Ithrintr Deluxestereo 6
Disc in dash CD chgr. 40k
mi, $26,000 813.227.8586
GMC 2002 YUKON DENALI
XL 1 owner garage kept
immaculate cond, 10'
DVDwht w/sand int.,
$28,500 813-390-0000

Isuzu 1992 Amigo
$4,500
813-903-8050
ISUZU 1999 AMIGO con-
vertible, V6, only 46K mi,
A/C, CD, sunroof, excel-
lent cond, asking only
$8000 neg 813-810-4394
JEEP 1992 CHEROKEE 2dr
6 cyl, green, a/c, engine
rebuilt, tint, nice body &
paint, dependable car.
2900 obo. 813-385-6669
JEEP 1995 WRANGLER, 4
cyl, 4 WD blue 74k mi,
exc cond, new top, new
tires, A/C. $5800
813-716-1060
Jeep 1995 Wrangler, 4cyl
5spd, 4x4, Black, rebuilt
motor, great tires, no
air, soft top. $4500.
Call 813-626-5375
JEEP 1999 WRANGLER 4
cyl, 5 spd, 4 WD, PS PB,
cold A/C, new tires. Per-
fect Condition 79K mi.
$8000.813-653-4558


21 Sport Utility
6 Vehicles
JEEP 2000 GRAND CHERO-
KEE Sport Utility, Very
clean 6 Cylalloys,Auto
everything,50k mi., One
owner. Must See.
$11,750 obo 813/839-3663
Jeep 2001 Cherokee
Sport, 6 cyl, auto, 4 dr,
Grey, tint. pwr pkg, AC,
garage kept. senior
owned, 4380 mi. $13,500
obo. 727-584-3229
JEEP, 2002 Grand
Cherokee Sport, black,
V8, ithr, loaded 59K mi.
exc. cond. $14,990.
813-334-3248
JEEP 2002 Liberty Limited
white/tan ithr, auto, CD,
30K mi, extra clean.
$14,500. ONE OWNER!
813-752-6736 Iv msg
LANDROVER 2001 Discov-
ery SE, Black, 50K mi,
loaded, Ithr towing, like
new. book $19,565, sell
$18,50bobo 813-334-4387
LEXUS 2004 GX470, 1500
mi, showroom condition
Champagne ext. Tan
glove Ithr, chrome whis,
6 disc full fact warr,
$44,900.352-382-7354
MITSUBISHI 1998 Monte-
ro Sports w/air, 2 tone,
10 CD changer, 80k mi
$6500 or offer. Super
buy! 727-512-4389.
Mitsubishi 2000 Montero
Sport 4dr auto w/ air,
117K mi., bik w/ grey
cloth int., 2nd owner.
$5300.813-986-1709
MITSUBISHI 2001 MON-
TERO LIMITED, Original
Owner, Garaged Leath-
er Loaded, 74K Miles
ist $12,500 813-695-8824
NISSAN 2003 MURANO
SL-Silver w/tan Ithr
12.5K miles, balance of
fact. warr., sunroof,
Bose audio w/6-disc CD,
pwr everything, beauti-
ful condition' $24,800.
Call 813-789-8988
Nissan 2003 Pathfinder SE
immaculate, Merlot, 23k
miles, loaded fac wrty,
Bank loan $23,500. Ask
$21,500.813-763-7636
Nissan 2004 XTerra SE,
solar yellow, accesso-
rized, mint, Jow mi
$18,000 obo.
(727) 599-1817
PONTIAC 2002 Aztec GT
12k mi, auto,4 dr,V6,AC,
CD, power, alloy wheels,
factory warr. $8450 obo.
813-786-3529
SCION 2005 XB black
6500 miles, excellent
condition. Moving must
sell. $15,000.
813-835-5702.
TOYOTA 1994 RUNNER
123,000 mi, Auto, 4x4,
V6, Ithr, CD sunroof.
Runs great Below blue
book @ $5,200. (813)
546-5808
TOYOTA 1997 4Runner
V6 auto, AC, 6 speaker,
AM/FM, CD cass. Power
sun roof, drs and wid-
ows. Alloy whis, roof
rack, ADF, running
boards 82K Mi, $10,500.
727-786-3849
Toyota 2000 4Runner SR5
leather, AM/FM/CD,
alloy whis, cruise
control, 1 owner, 53K mi.
$14,500.813-654-7942
TOYOTA 2001 4 RUNNER
SR5,aGrn, P/W,sunrf, au-
to run bds 57k mi,
cd/cass, exc cond
$16,000 813-215-7262
TOYOTA 2001 4 Runner
Limited, black, 2 wheel
drive, 78k miles,
$15,300.813-690-0540.

TOYOTA 2002
HIGHLANDER, Blue
w/Tan Ithr interior, exc
cond, $18,500 or best
offer. 813-765-3300
TOYOTA 2002 SEQUOIA
SR5, 42K wht, new all
opt, sunrf, lthr, tow'kg,
records, warr 160k-12'08
$27,906 813-760-3231
635 1 Motorcycles
DUCATI 1999,ST4, Corbin
seat, side bags, new
rear tire, recent svc, all
gear incl. exc. cond.
$8000 obo. 352-799-5059
DUCATI 2004 998 Limited
Ed. Matrix, drk grn, mi-
cron carbon finger ex-
haust syst, pwr com-
mander & other carbon
fiber pieces on bike.
$14k Chris 813-298-9398
HARLEY 1987 Low Rider
Custom, Black, 1340cc,
5spd, belt, pipes, extras,
nice bike. $7,900 obo
Call 813-431-2580
HARLEY Davidson 1989
883 w/ 1200 conver kit
11,461 mi, exc cond, up-
grades corbin seat/hel-
met $4500.813-477-0162
HARLEY 1990 Sportster,
1200 cony, 10K mi. Red,
S&S carb, wdshldbags,
xtra chrome & xtras
$6200 obo. 727-433-0187
HARLEY DAVIDSON 1991
Softtail/Fatboy Unique
custom bike. $10,995
obo 813-986-4991
863-646-0927 412-0056
HARLEY 1996 SPORTSTER
1200 cc, exc cond $6200.
Call for details
813-677-6270

You can unload your
washer with an ad in ap-
pliances, class 416.


i 635 Motorcycles I
HARLEY DAVIDSON 1997
Ultra Classic 63k miles,
loaded, plus helmets, fir
lift 12ff trlr w/tilt rite.
$12K 813-503-6532
HARLEY 2000 1200 Sport
ster, 12k, blk, very clean.
Dragpipes, forward con-
trol mag whls. & extras.
$7895 (863) 206-7274
HARLEY 2001 ROAD KING,
(2), both excellent con-
dition. Will Sacrafice
$14,000 & 1$12,000.
813-994-1435. 28-1592
HARLEY 2002 Heritage
Softtall, always Ga-
raged, lots of Chrome &
ExtrasUnder 9,500 Mi,
$16,200 *813-389-0332.
HARLEY DAVIDSON 2003
Sportster Custom 100th
annlv ed. 2400 mi, mint,
many extras. $7200 obo.
727-424-5787
HD 2005 ULTRA CLASSIC
REINHART EXHAUST
CHROME WHEELS AIR
TOURING SEAT, COM-
PLETELY CHOME OUT,
LUGGAGE RACK, FLOAT-
ING ROTORS AND MUCH
MUCH MORE. BLUE AND
SILVER, 11K MILES. PER-
FECT CONDITION WITH
EXTENDED WARRANTY.
$29,500.00 OBO. (813)

Honda 2001 Shadow Ace
750, lots of extra, cobra
pipes, saddle bags, en-
gine guard, hwy pegs,
ackrest, luggage rack.
$4500/obo 813-363-4789
HONDA 2003 CRF450 Ask-
ing $3,800
HONDA 2002 CRF80
$1,000 Exc. Cond. Never
raced. 813-267-3618
HONDA 2003 VTX 1800C
Illusion Blue. 4800 mi.
V&H pipes, power com-
mander, lots of extras.
$9500 813-986-1131
Honda 2004 CRF450 Like
new, adult owned. $4900
Yamaha 2002 YZ250F,
new tires, chain &
sprockets. $2200
813-417-3806
KAWASAKI 1998 ZX6R,
Black w/Red & Silver
tribal graphics, polished
frame & swing arm,
Muzzys full header &ex-
haust, jet kit, Vortek
rear sprocket, Vortek
rear sets, undertail,
14,225 mi, many extras.
$4,800. 727-452-4475 or
813-385-5691
KAWASAKI 2003 KX125
dirt bike, used 5 hours,
like new condition with
extras, will take $2800.
Call 813-677-6361
NINJA 2005 500R New
black Kawasaki w/hel-
met only 70 miles mov-
ing must sell $4800.call
(813)672-4948
SUZUKI 1997 1400 Intrud-
er 23K mi, navy/cream,
beautiful bike! Many ex-
tras included. $4,200
813-961-8020
Suzuki 1997 750cc, BIk, 6k
miles, w/ lots of extras.
$3900.813-249-7700

WANTEDSport Bikes. Any
year, any cond. We pay
cash. Top $$. Will picK
up. Sales/Serv/Part &
Acc. 813-651-2522
THROTTLE FACTORY
Yamaha 2002 Roadstar
Silverado- 1300 miles,
garage kept lots of
chrome. $4,000.
Call 813-920-5267.
YAMAHA 2004 1700 ROAD
STAR, new, only 130
miles, loaded with ex-
tras, $12000. Call
813-689-6242,643-1417
and cell 625-0793
Pocketbike 2005 47CC
new in box, front & read
dick brakes, 2 stroke,
pull start tool kit incl.
$285.813-960-2908
2002 FATBOY/FI Smokin!
Must see!! have to sell
fast. $17K (813)
363-7301

i636 Golf Carts
CLUB CAR golfcart, good
condition, 3yrs old. Re-
tail $3000, asking $2700
nego. Call 813-752-9459

GOLFCART
1995 E-Z-Go, great cond.
Must sell, $1500 obo.
Call Bill 813-634-0774
GOLF CARS: 2002 E-Z Go
$2000.2001 E-Z Go $1800
E-Z Go 36 volt remain.
cars $3295. '02 Club Cars
$1935 Call800-571-1644

GOLF CARTS
wanted. Buy/Sell/Trade
Chargers parts all relat-
ed. 813-645-4515 Ruslin
GOLF Can. EZ-GO. new
barh radio rrmirror, eic.
NIC! $1b00 Owner
Ready to go w/charger
813-754-8699 after 12
107 1ATVs I
HONDA 1987 250X Runs &
looks great. Asking
$2000. Leave message.
727-384-6233
YAMAHA 2001 660 RAP-
TOR great condition
Nerf& grab bars $4.400
obo. Call 813-244-5142

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41 classic
644 Antique
Vehicles
CADILLAC 1983 Eldorado,
Rolls Royce front, cont.
back, Wht/Dk Blue cab-
aret toL, gar'd + 1 own-
er, x-shape, gorgeous
car. $3K. 813-677-0146
CHEVY 1987 EL CAMINO
CONQ UISTA
$3,000. Please call:
813-645-7076
Datsun 1974 260Z, new
350 V8, auto, ovre350hp,
new red paint, and cus-
tom wheels. $15k.
813-960-8365
FORD 1929 2 door Sedan
350 V8 automatic, disc
brakes, Jaguar front &
rear chrome suspension,
new chromed wheels &
tires, super nice. $27,500
obo or trade for nice,
older Convertible.
Call 813-783-1838
FORD 1941 2dr Solid car,
orig flathead eng, Ithr
int, no rust. Ready o go.
Drives great. Uniq e!
$18.SKobo 813-610-5988
FORD 1960 T-BIRD hard
top, 87K orig. mi., Flori-
da car, K/HI wheels, 8
track, white, no rust,
Glaspacs maint re-
cords.. $8500.651-1378
LINCOLN 1973 Continen-
tal Mark IV, 67,000 orig
miles, 460 engine exc
cond, all original. $000.
Call 352-650-1849
LINCOLN 1973 Mark IV, all
orig, 46,300 mi, paint,

813-478-9180
MERCEDES BENZ 1980450
SL, black with tan leath-
er, loaded, $12,000. call
813-503-2603 or
813-240-7615
MERCURY 1977 GRAND
MARQUIS, always
garaged, original
upholstery. $1500.
813-431-2440
PORSCHE 1972 914-4
blk/5spd/targa/1.8L.
Runs great. Fun car. All
records. Rebuilt eng/
trans/ brakes/fuel inj.
Own a piece of history.
$6700 obo. 347-229-6249
ROLLS ROYCE 1985 Cor-
nish, 44k original miles,
excellent condition,
$55,000.813-355-6239.
TOYOTA 1980 Cressida
V6, auto, ac good driv-
er, last collector car.
Priced right at $3675obo
813-610-5988
CORVETTES WANTED
1953-1972 Any Condi-
tion. Serious Buyer
1-800-850-3656 or
vccorvette.com
CORVETTES WANTED
We are seriously seeking
1953 thru 1972 Cor-
vettes, restored or pro-
jects, anywhere in the
U.S. Please call Vince
Conn 1-800-850-3656 or
www.vccorvette.com
I6 4 Automobiles
649 For Sale

ACURA 1990 Legend 160K
New radiator, brakes
VGTires, rough engine
perfect for mechanic
$850 obo 813-854-4457
ACURA 2000 3.2TL, 81k,
100k bumper to bumper
warranty, red garage
kept, &12900. Call
813-994-4843.
ACURA 2000 TL, BIk/Blk,
all options incl. Navig
sys w/pkg, spoiler,
sunrf, Bose stereo, 60k
mi, $15.5K. 813-294-5027
Youll find value buys ad-
vertised in classified


64I8 ] Automobiles
For Sale
AUDI 2002 A6, quatro,
fully loaded, 29K ml.
blue w/gray Ithr int exc.
cond. Please call for info
336-409-4967
BMW 1996 7401L, black,
Loaded, sunroof, 6 CD
changer, 19" BBS rims,
mint cond. $13,995,
813-679-7283
BMW 1999 7401L 65K mi,
silver w/grey leather
interior, fulI loaded,
mint cond. Must sell!
$15,550.813-977-1214
or 813-909-9460.
BMW 1999 Z3 Coupe,
Limited Edition, silver,
81k mi, under warr, 1
owner, exc cond,
$15,700 727-505-7861
BMW 2000 323i, Silver,
premium pkg, Ithr intr,
sunroof, min cond,43K
mi, N/S, garage kept 4
new tires, eaer meant
$18,500.s727-785-6968 or
727-423-3446
BMW 2002 325i, Black, tan
leather int sunroof, new
tires, ext wmty, excep-
tional condition. 35,600
miles. 813-230-4758
BMW 2003 325X1 Fully
Loaded, 39,250 mi, Steel
Blue, Sedan, 5 Speed,
AWD, 6 Cyl. Still under
maintenance agree-
ment. Excellent Condi-
tion. $27,000 (813)
971-7408
BMW 2003 5401, M-Sport
pkg nav set, Zenon,
sterling silver, black,
exc condo auto 14K mi,
$44,900 813-494-8710
BMW2004530i 5K miles. 6
speed sportspackage.
Pristine.r$43,800 Silver
Grey w/Auburn. Ocala
352-622-5273 Robert
BUICK 1993 Roadmaster
wagon, fully loaded,
ithr, LT-1 eng, no rust.
Beautiful car. $4900 obo.
813-835-3284
Cadillac 1992 Allante, ve-
ry good cond, runs
great, 83k miles, inside
and out very clean $11k.
352-588-0044
CADILLAC 2000 Catera
30K Mi, White, Tan
Leather, Almost New
813-728-4424
CHEVY 1979 Corvette L82,
new red paint new
black leather int, T-tops,
116k mi, runs great,
$9000.352-238-3466.
CHEVY 2005 IMPALA
Silver grey, 4dr, 8K
miles, all power
$13,000. Please call
813-932-9848
CHRYSLER 1996 LHS,
black 4 door, leather in-
terior 44k miles,. cold
AC, afl power, AM/FM,
CD excellent condition,
$4995.813-837-0510.
CORVETTE 1978, Red
w/Oyster int, clean in &
out L48, 4-spd, 77K mi.
Baby on the way!
$10,500.813-957-2021
CORVETTE 1991 remov-
able glass top, like new,
low miles, $9,995.
813-929-0633.

DODGE 1997 INTREPID,
auto, power everything,
-am/Tm cass, cold air,
123k mi, perfect. Estate
sale $2656&.813-988-5437
FERRARI 2001 550 Smoke
silver/charcoal 11K mi,
options excellent con-
dition. Sacrifice $145K.
727-515-1965
FORD, 1990 MUSTANG LX
Cony. 5.0L, green, white
top, low mi pwpdL cold
AC, exc. condo. $4500
obo.813-431-8026


I i Automobiles
"I For Sale
FORD, 1990 MUSTANG LX
Conv. 5.0L, green, white
toe, low mi. pwpdl, cold
AC, exc. condo. $4500
obo.813-431-8026
Ford 1993 Mustang LXAu-
to, 4 Cyl, Cony, Good en-
gine & trans, runs great,
2nd owner, 107K Mi,
$1000 813-846-7276
FORD 2002 Focus ZX3,
electric blue, 35K miles,
5 spd, cd changer,
spotless, $7,000.
813-323-3194
Ford 2003 Mustang, V6, 5
spd, blk, pwr pkg, CD, 5
year extended warranty
included. $11,500.
727-895-5806
FORD 2003 TAURUS SES,
28K mi, V6, 3.0, loaded
mint, ori owner $9,95
obo. 813-907-7123,
813-312-1810
FORD 2004 TAURUS SES
4-dr, CD, keyless entry,
9800 mi., sunroof leath-
er interior. $13999. Call
813-949-1978
Picture your home in clas-
sified w/an ad on the Buy-
er's Choice photo page!
FORD 2005 Mustang GT,
White w/two tone black
& red int, custom boss
paint job, Shaker sound
system, custom wheels,
tires & exhaust every
option avail. 3500 mi.
$30,500.813-810-5581
Honda 1988 Accord LX,
4dr, Gold runs great
looks great, excellent
work car. $1500.00
813-855-2738
HONDA 1994 Civic EX, au-
to, cold AC, pw, pl, snrf,
100K miles, well main-
tained runs great.
$3550. Call 813-679-0334
HONDA 1998 Accord EX 2
dr grn/tan p/w, p/I,
sunroof, 122k miles, exc
cond all records. $8000
obo. 813-376-3191.
Honda 1998 Civic EX- Red,
91K mi, good condition.
Loaded w/extras. Asking
$6100 New tires + brakes,
sunroof. 813-653-4125.
HONDA 1999 ACCORD EX
coupe, blkw/ Ithr, sunrf,
all power, fantastic car
garage kept, 88kmi $9900
obo. Craig, 813.760.4961

HONDA 1999 Accord EX, 4
dr, auto, V6, leather, al-
loys, sunroof. Mint
Cond! 72K miles, $9,900
813-633-3484
Honda 2001 Accord EX V6,
1 owner, garaged, Ithr
6CD, sunr, newtires &
brakes, immac cond, 72K
$13,900.813-714-3979
HONDA2001 Civic LX cou-
pe, auto, ac, pw, p4, Sil-
ver l owner, 54K mi, exc
condition. $8,850. Call
813-928-4980 841-6489
HONDA 2002 Civic LX 4 dr,
pwr wins/locks, AC &
cass, 5 spd, silver 42k
mi one owner, $8900.
813-340-7964.
HONDA 2002 Civic LX
Blk/Blk, 5 Spd, PW & PL,
Flat B k Konig Rims,
w/BFG Red striped
Scorcher racin-Tires, In
dash Alphine CD, After
market Exhaust, Tint,
36K, Coolest Civic in
Tampa $90612,700
913-390-6520
HYUNDAI 2001 XG300L
Pearl wht w/all opts,
32k, lyr left on warr. Exc.
+ condo. $11,500 (863)
644-0859/863/698-2065

INFINITI 1993 Q45, Low
mi, 1 owner, exc. cond.
$4700 813-486-4942


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I Automobiles
For Sale

INFINm 1994 Q45, nice &
clean! 110K mi, Maroon,
Maroon leather interior,
CD/cass. $5000 obo.
813-866-8279
JAGUAR 2000 S Type, 3.0
Carnival Red, Ivory
Leather Beautiful Per-
fect dond. $14,750
(352)596-6877 596-0700
KIA 2003 Optima SE, 20K
mi, leather sunroof
loaded 12,500 obo. Call
813-948-0361

LAMBORGHINI 2002 DI-
ABLO, black, exc cond,
2,400 mi, new$6K stereo.
system, $175,000. For
serious inquiries call
352-466-3899 or email
fotoads@bellsouth.net
LEXUS 1996 ES 300 Must
Sell! 116K ml Auto
Loaded $6,90, (813)
454-7323
LEXUS 1996 ES300,
loaded, sunroof, 6 CD
changer, 116K mi. $5995,
813679-7283

LEXUS 2000 GS300,
White/Tan, 75K mi, Al-
most Perfect, $18,800
Day813-224-951
Eves 813-920-8236
LEXUS 2001 300GS, mint
cond, 48K mi, sunroof,
Burgundy, Black ithr int,
spoiler, loaded. Owner.
$25,800.813-598-5643
LEXUS 2002 SC430 Cony,
good tires, GPS Navig.,
under 30K mi. Chrome
wheels. Warranty.
$45,900 941-228-1254
LINCOLN 1994 CONTi-
NENTAL Ithr all pwr,
runs & rive great. A/C,
auto,$2750
813-601-2252
Lincoln 1998 Continental
4dr, black w/tan Ithr int,
72k mi. Cassette only.
Low miles. Clean. $6995
813-991-9722
LINCOLN 2000 LS Sport
pkg, integrated phone,
power sun roof, V8,
leather, multi CD chang-
er, non-smoker, no acci-
dents 65k, $13,500 (813)
222-3458
LINCOLN 2001 TOWNCAR
EXECUTIVE, White/
Grey great Car, app.
74K hwy mi. $11,800.
Call 813-671-3446
MAZDA 1993 MiataConvt.
5Sspd.lowmi.alloywhls
CD, cold air adulf
owned, $3495 obo.
813-901-9070
MAZDA 1996 626 LX Load-
ed, Cold A/C, 161K,
White, 5 Speed, New
tires $1450
(727)422-3435
MERCEDES 1984 380SL
Red 2 Tops, New Paint,
Seats Brakes Shocks,
Tires, Exhaust, Beauty
$8995813-719-1789
MERCEDES 1986560 SL Ex
cond. New soft top &
leather seats, hard top
all records. $13,995
OBO. 941-387-7068
MERCEDES 1988 420SEL
125K mi. mech. cert.
black, brown int. exc.
cond. 9750,
813-254-3059
MERCEDES-BENZ 1996
320 Tan, Sedan, Auto.,
S320 $16,900 Immacu-
late one owner (813)
642-9885
Mercedes 1997 E320, 2nd
owner, garage kept,
dealer serviced 6 disk
cd 98k miles. $10,500.
813-431-4222
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Tampa- 3642 Gandy Blvd.
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i649 Automobiles 16 1Automobiles
6491 For Sale For Sale


MERCEDES 2001 E430,
slvr, 37k, new, 6cd, nav
sys, loaded, records, ga-
rd MBwarr100k-10 08
$31,900 813-760-3231
MERCEDES 2003 E320
Loaded, Sunrf, CD, 14K
mi, Showroom Condi-
tion! Warr'y, $41,295.
941-776-3356
MERCURY
1993 Grand Marquis Runs
good, AC, 750.
813-310-2251
MERCURY 1994 500SL
convertible gold. 90K
n mint condition, single
owner dealer main-
tained, new stereo,
tires, fop for $18.995.
Call 813-469-5670 Mike
MERCURY 1994 Grand
Marquis, 98K mi. Ithr
good cond. Must sell
$2500 obo. Call Bill
813-634-0774
Mercury 1999 Grand Mar-
quis LS,10Owner,56K Mi,
Garaged, Lthr, Mint,
*- $7,900 1i
813-963-3209W
MERCURY 1999 Grand
Marquis V8 47K ml,
pwr, A/C, auto, beige'
exc c)nd. $u800
813-661-9615
NISSAN 1995 MAXIMA
273k, DkBI, CDroof, PW
PL PS 2nd engine $2,900
(813)786-0678

NISSAN 1996 MAXIMA-
V6, sunroof, 114K miles,
great shape, asking
$4700 or best offer. Cail
813-991-0421
NISSAN 2002 ALTIMA SE,
3.5 V6,5 spd, Ithr, moon
roof, spoiler, CD, full
pwr, 62K mi. Pewter.
$14,900.813-417-6669r
NISSAN 2003 350Z Trak
Edition black, leather,
navigation unit,- 18
rims,-t..ires, arspoilers,
tinted windows, Bose
system, 28k mi,$25,000.
813-220-4392
NISSAN 2004 350Z
Touring,6 mos old, 7,400
mi, Wht/Grayauto nav,
loaded $27,500. List
$36,500. Visit
www.extrememotor
car.com. 813-250-9200
NISSAN 2004 Sentra 1.8,
Black 13.5k miles CD,
excellent condition,
$9900.813-477-8731

Nissan 2004 Sentra 1.8S
5k miles, auto 4 dr all
pwr, cruise, cd, AC fac-
tory wrty 5yrsor60kmi.
$950obo. 727-577-1569
Porsche 2001911, all Bik,
6K, flawless, 18in whis
litronicscomp,snrf warr,
MSRP $77K $55K obo
863-680-539t 680-3434
SATURN 2000 SL1 auto-
matic, like new, new
tires, new battery w/RV
towing installed. $5900.
813-634-6399 690-1662
SATURN 2001 L-200 1
owner like new, fully
loaded, never dented
always waxed. $8,400
813-453-3650
TOYOTA 1989 Cressida
Exc. cond, new timing
belt, 105K mi ice cold
air, $2,500 (36 Sec VM
Pgr) 813-969-5300
Toyota 1992 Corolla DX,
135K mi., new timing
belt, upgraded A/C,AM7
FM/Cass., well maint.
$2,400 obo. 813-380-4096
TOYOTA 1997 Avalon, 4dr,
Auto, AM/FM/CD AC
64K Mi, Exc cond. $5,900
813-269-9770 264-5226
You'll find value buys ad-
vertised in classified


TOYOTA 1998 CAMRY LE,
4 door, gray, auto all
power, C,110K miles,
good condition, $5,650.
813-671-3305:416.4103
TOYOTA 2000 CAMRY CE
A/C pwrwin, pwr locks,
CD/Cass/stereo92 K ml,
Black, Auto., 4 Cyl. Runs
Great $7,500, OBO (813)
689-9018
TOYOTA 2001 Camry,
auto air pw, pdl,
AM/FM cb 43K mi.
$9785
813-841-6115 645-7239
TOYOTA 2001 CELICA GT,
silver, 2dr CD, loaded,
clean, 72.5k mi, $10,500
813-931-4319
TOYOTA 2002,COROLLA
35,640 mi, Tan, Sedan,
Auto., 2 WD, 4 Cyl.
$8300, Low Miles (813)

TOYOTA.2004 PRIUS, tan,
less than 9K unbeliev-
able gas mileage, like
new must see' $2,900.
813-920-7966/748-9978
VOLVO 1998 S70- Black
w/tan leather int., auto
CD, tinted windows, 94K
hwy mi, new tires.
$690.813-323-5738
VOLVO 1998 V70 -- Great
Condition, 3rd Row Seat
Sunroof Leather CD,
$9,900- (813) 505-5956

VOLVO 2004 S60 low
miles, has all the right
equip. $24,995. Several
thousand lower than
dealer. 727-787-3613
VW 1994 Jetta white, AC
CD, good cond $1900
obo. Call 813-758-9720
for details

VW 1996 GTI VR6
69,000 mi, bMack, 5 spd,
XM Radio, upgraded
stereo, window tint.
$6,100.813-253-0756
VW 1999 PASSAT 79,500
miH Green, 5 Speed, V6,
6CD stereo, $9,499,
VERY CLEAN-Super Buy
(813)290-800
VW 2000 PASSAT, Dk Grn,
auto w/Tiptronic, BIk
int Monsoon sound sys
w/6 disc CD chgr, 68K.
$1OK. 813-503-7404
VW 2001 JETTA 41,000 mi,
Navy Blue, Sedan Auto,
2 WD 4 Cyl. $13000,
Must Go, Must Sell (813)
831-8190
VW 2002 Passat 4DR
silver, auto, CD/cass
pw, pdl, keyless, 72K
nwy mi. very good cond.
$13,700.813-601-9680
VW 2004 JETTA 1.8T
VW FACTORY EXEC'S
PERSONAL CAR. 5spd,
dash + 6 disc CDlow mi,
mint cond. My '05 is here
$16,995 obo 813-886-5790
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